Spanish-American chef José Andrés with his non-profit Word Central Kitchen on the Ukrainian-Russian border

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Spanish-American chef José Andrés chef is currently cooking meals for the needy with the non-profit Word Central Kitchen on the Ukrainian-Russian border. Chef Andres is known for his active humanitarian work. He installed mobile kitchens and food needs faced with the catastrophic Russian invasion of Ukraine. He posted on his Twitter profile:

“People of the world … I am as mad as you are to see Ukraine attacked. We must join forces for good! @WCKitchen is on the border with Poland and delivering meals tonight — Romania soon. In addition to your donations … I will use support from Bezos awards in Ukraine. “

Chef Andrés received the Jeff Bezos Award for Courage of $ 100 million.

http://www.joseandres.com

Jose Andresa and World Central Kitchen with Ukrainian chefs are already cooking hot meals for the needs of Odessa. This humanitarian action will soon be extended to Kharkiv and Kyiv although the situation is extremely difficult for the organization of the kitchen, staff, food supply and financing.

Ukrainian chef Alexander Yourz has also joined in preparing food for the needy and currently cooks about 1,000 meals a day in Odessa. He also stated the verified account number of the chef who receives food donations. IBAN: UA983052990000026206743928280.

https://wck.org/

WCK (The World Central Kitchen) is powered by our community of supporters including thousands of volunteers, around the world. Learn how to get involved.

https://www.instagram.com/wckitchen/

Wherever there is a fight so that hungry people may eat, we will be there. #ChefsForTheWorld

http://www.wck.org

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