Why do SMEs should lead the way to create a positive impact on the community
The Social Kitchen is a social enterprise located in Singapore, founded with a mission to help vulnerable communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Avelyn Lee, the founder, recognized the high unemployment rates among these groups and saw an opportunity to make a difference.
The Social Kitchen's goal is to lead the way in providing employment opportunities to vulnerable populations in Singapore and across Asia, while also promoting greater integration between these communities and the rest of society. The enterprise faces the challenges of high unemployment and inflation in the food and beverage industry head-on, offering a flexible training program and a menu filled with sustainable food options like plant-based meals.
The Social Kitchen is dedicated to spreading awareness about the importance of sustainable food choices and their impact on the environment and society. The public has responded positively to the enterprise's efforts, with more and more individuals and organizations showing interest in their services. The Social Kitchen serves as an example of a social enterprise making a real difference and inspiring others to do the same in their own communities.
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