24 March 2018
Student-clients from the Education Support Programme (ESP) visited Dignity Kitchen, Singapore's first hawker training school and centre run for and by disabled and disadvantaged persons.
It was a special and humbling experience as the students learnt that we are not limited by our physical abilities; with grit, determination and positivity, we can achieve our goals as long as set our minds to it.
Take a look at their adventure in the kitchen, preparing wantons and rojak!
An introduction to the kitchen.
Preparing wanton skin.
Preparing ingredients for the Rojak sauce!
Debrief session with the organising team to end the wonderful day.
Since 2010, Dignity Kitchen has served as a hawker training school for disabled and disadvantaged persons. On-the-job training and job placements are provided for graduates, hoping that they are able to forge a better life and future for themselves. A fully functional food court is open to the public.Catering services are also provided, so do consider them for your future events and support a very meaningful cause !