Bracken's Kitchen volunteer work

Larry recently traveled to Bracken's Kitchen in the Los Angeles area to volunteer in their kitchen. He and his wife worked there for three days, chopping onions and other produce which became delicious meals to feed the hungry.

While there he was videotaped by the CEO Bill Bracken:

 

News article from January 23, 2019: High-End Chef Now Feeding Locals Facing Food Insecurity

 Brackens Kitchen logo

About Bracken's Kitchen:

Bracken's Kitchen is a nonprofit organization based in Orange County, California. They were founded in 2013. 

Their mission: Through food recovery, culinary training and our community feeding program we are committed to recovering, re-purposing and restoring both food and lives.

The heart of who we are can be found in a statement first uttered in 1957 by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr; “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?”

At the core of our mission is a deep commitment to our nonprofit charity partners, business and professional supporters, volunteers, donors and employees. Our relationship with each and every one of these groups is as important to us as those we feed.

How To Get Involved:

 Visit and volunteer! Help is always needed in the kitchen. Or donate funds to purchase needed supplies and foodstuffs. Learn more at https://www.brackenskitchen.com/

My Choice

"I just want to let people out there (that have a disability) know...they have a choice to make - to give up, or take the disability and continue on with their lives because they can. If I can work on cars, run my shop, drive cars... then there are things they can do as well, if they really choose to do it." - Larry Woody