Updated: Aug 8, 2020
The founder behind a food business that has helped to kick start the UK's African food revolution needs your help to feed London communities hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoe of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen wants to team up with local providers such as St Paul's Church on Roman Road, Bow Common.
In doing so, she aims to help supply and deliver hot meals and mini well-being kits to as many vulnerable people as possible in the local community of Hackney Wick & Bow.
The aim is to not only feed communities but also employ those who are well and fit to work and have lost vital income due to this on-going crisis.
her aim is to deliver three hot meals per week to up to 50 people for the next three months, initially. She also wants to send those people self-care kits that will aide immunity boosting whilst highlighting the amazing health benefits of West African ingredients such as moringa, baobab and fonio (a type of millet with a nutty flavour).
Zoe said: “Whilst we have been flooded with people offering to volunteer to help with delivery - we want to make sure people who are suffering financial hardship during this period can get paid - at least a nominal income for supporting this project.”
Help Zoe raise much-needed funds to keep operating and to support our communities by donating to her Crowdfund page here.