Chicago Culinary Students Prepare Meals for “A Safe Haven”
March 21, 2016
Recently, culinary students at The International Culinary School at The Illinois Institute of Art—Chicago helped to prepare lunch for 400 residents at “A Safe Haven.” Students in Chef Michael Howe’s class participated with the school’s culinary staff to create a menu and prepare all of the food.
“A Safe Haven” is a non-profit organization with a mission to help individuals aspire, transform, and sustain their lives as they transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. The organization provides adult education, veterans housing and services, job training and placement, youth (18-24) housing and summer employment.
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