Since its creation in 1985, founded on Coluche’s “little idea”, more than two billion meals have been served and the need continues to persist. The winter campaign starts tomorrow. (Article in French)
Less than 10 km from Dunkerque, in the migrant camp of the Grande-Synthe commune, ten girls in a food truck feed and unite the refugees with their generous cooking, produced from the unsold products of supermarkets. You should check it out. (Article in French)
“With the minced lamb of Muhammad, the kibbeh nayyeh, we will do a smoked and grilled eel. I like to bring together the land and sea.” At the restaurant L’Ami Jean, Stéphane Jégo prepares a menu with four hands. The other two being those of chef, Mohammad El Khaldy, a Syrian refugee. (Article in French)
Restos du Coeur announced Thursday that it had collected close to 7,300 tons of food during its national collection dates on March 11th and 12th, which mobilized 72,000 volunteers to receive canned goods, prepared dishes, and products for babies and hygiene. (Article in French)
Based on Coluche’s “little idea” that was launched 30 years ago, Restos du Coeur began their new winter campaign Monday, focused on encouraging volunteerism, the expansion of the Coluche law on tax exemptions for donations, and self-reliance by associations. (Article in French)
(French) Le programme opérationnel français pour la mise en œuvre du Fonds européen d’aide aux plus démunis (FEAD), qui permettra la mise en œuvre de l’aide alimentaire de 2014 à 2020, a été approuvé par la Commission européenne.