Fredericton couple donate the whole kitchen to student hunger program

Earl Brewer and Sandy Kitchen-Brewer donated the trailor with kitchen equipments to the Student Hunger Project at Leo Hayes High School.The couple made a donation when after volunteering they realized that the extent of need among local students.

It has been outfitted with a full walk-in cooler, professional ovens and steamers, and tables for all the prep work that goes into making the lunches. The kitchen space was designed with the help of an executive chef from a local hotel.

When Sandy Kitchen-Brewer decided to join her daughter volunteering at a community kitchen to help make lunches for students going hungry, she had no idea so much need existed.

More than 420 sandwiches.She saw that was just one morning’s work in Fredericton’s community kitchen. It included bagging sandwiches, fruit and granola bars for delivery to schools in the city.

The volunteers make 344 lunches a day and each lunch includes a sandwich, a granola bar, an apple or orange and milk.