World Central Kitchen creates jobs at local restaurants
"Wherever there's a disaster on Earth, World Central Kitchen is there," said Gonzales. Gonzales owns The Raven and the Wolves, a tattoo shop, and fine art gallery in downtown Long Beach. He had volunteered with Michelin-star Chef José Andrés's nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, in the past and was asked to be the Project Lead in Long Beach. World Central Kitchen has developed a program that will fund local restaurants on a per meal basis to prepare meals for affected local communities. The program launched mid-April and the mission in Long Beach was to feed seniors across the area, from the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony to Little Sisters of the Poor in San Pedro. "Right now, we're doing 7,000 meals a week,"
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