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Back in November the SOOP team launched their first crowdfunding campaign, to raise £5,000. The money will be put towards SOOP’s pilot culinary training programme forrefugee and migrant chefs in the UK and provide the start up we need to fund our activities.

We need the help of our friends, family and supporters more than ever. With only a matter of two weeks left, we’re asking you to spread the word and tell everyone you know who might support us. The more the world knows about SOOP, the more money we’ll raise and the more opportunities we can provide

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Don’t forget to get your tickets to this month’s supper club: a Greek feast courtesy of chef Despina Siahuli. The evening will showcase her Greek culinary heritage, with recipes inspired by an upbringing in Athens. Don’t miss out!

Want to volunteer? Skill share? or just know more? Get in touch! 

23/24 Feb: SOOP and chef Despina Siahuli present ‘A Celebration of Greece’, our next supper club

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