Dignity Kitchen

Though i have been a Monash Alumni for at least the past decade, it was my first time volunteering with Monash University Alumni Singapore (MUAS). We hosted a lunch for 40 elderly people at the Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise that provides hawker training for the disabled and disadvantaged people.

Before we brought the elderly in for the lunch, we had a tour around the kitchen, and i was really impressed by how the kitchen operates, and how friendly the staff are, despite their disabilities. I will always remember this uncle working at the drink stall who taught us how to order drinks with sign language. This uncle has hearing impairment, but he is so jovial, and we can all feel his pride in his work 🙂


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