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Creating a Brochure for a Community Kitchen cum Catering Outlet run by underpriviliged youth


04 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
04 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
We need to develop a good brochure for a Community Kitchen cum Catering Outlet which is run by underpriviliged youth trained in Culinary & Catering by our non profit organisation, Butterflies. The brochure can also include our nutritious food menu options. Chakhle Dilli has a long standing and well-earned reputation for high quality catering and hospitality skills and are often invited to cater for key local events. The Nutritionist and Chefs of Chakhle Dilli prepare and serve delicious yet nutritious vegetarian & non vegetarian dishes for several clients. Our catering provides clients with options not commonly found while at the same time helping a noble cause. Volunteers will be duly credited on the final product.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
Nutritious food is the right of every human being, Chakhle Dilli aims to fulfill just that by providing nutritious food at subsidized rates to the underprivileged, the poor, hungry and homeless with respect and care. Chakhle Dilli is the social wing of Butterflies School of Culinary & Catering, which imparts vocational training in culinary and catering to underprivileged teenagers /youth and equips them with the skills and knowledge to work in any fine dining restaurants or run their own commercial kitchen.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 2 weeks
Graphic Desiging, creative writing coupled with out of the box thinking

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