It has been said that ‘food is the ingredient that binds us together’, and the new ‘Food From The Holy Land’ project aims to do just that.
The Loft Youth Project, Donegal Youth Service and the Community Foundation for Ireland are delighted to host the new initiative in partnership with the Donegal Local Development Company Resettlement Programme.
The first event will take place on Thursday the 18th of April at 4.30pm in LOFT at Donegal Youth Service (the old cinema building), and will feature the cooking skills of Nadine Beri and Jawahar AL Kurdi, who are both from Syria.
“It is fantastic that two women from Syria who have recently arrived in Letterkenny are willing to share their food and culture with us and we are delighted to host them,” LOFT Youth Worker Frankie McGreevy said.
Food is a universal language, so come along and meet new people, and taste new flavours. Everyone is welcome!
Donegal Youth Service is a countywide youth organisation, meeting the needs of young people all over Donegal.
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