Door to cook

prototype, job training and opportunities, low-income families, BEHub

Providing training and job opportunities of part-time private chefs to women of diverse race or from low-income families

 

The venture aims to provide job opportunities of part-time private chefs to women of diverse race or from low-income families who are good at cooking. Training on communication skills and tips on performing the duties of a private chef will be given to the women. A website will be set up to provide information about the chefs and their menus and to take orders online. The trained part-time private chefs will buy ingredients and then prepare meals at customers’ homes. During the preparation process, the chefs can share their stories with the customers and thereby enhance their self-confidence and communication skills. Additionally, the flexible working hour of the job enables them to strike a balance between earning extra income and taking care of their families.

Name of Organisation

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Approved Funding Amount

HK$100,000

Funding Period (Status)

9 Months (Active)

Expected Impact

  • To train three women from low-income families and three women of diverse race to be part-time private chefs
  • To organise two door-to-cook chef sharing sessions

Milestones/Progress

(To be updated when available)

Website

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