Morelli’s recently launched fundraising campaign is designed to further the goals of his non-profit organization, Joey’s Food Fight, which aims to teach children in orphanages the life skills needed to achieve self-sufficiency through educational and entertaining cooking lessons.
More details are available at https://www.joeysfoodfight.com
Joey’s Food Fight is based in Chicago but, with the new campaign, aims to spread its mission to orphanages around the world. By teaching children how to cook and support themselves in a basic but vital way, Joey’s Food Fight helps young people gain a sense of self-sufficiency and confidence that will serve them well throughout their lives.
The charity hopes to inspire orphans all over the world to follow their example. Joey Morelli travels the world to orphanages, where he sets up kitchens and teaches residents how to source food ingredients and cook healthy, tasteful meals on a budget.
Joey Morelli also has a YouTube channel, which aims to spread awareness of his work. With the help of supporters, the Joey’s Food Fight YouTube channel hopes to achieve an impact on the level of top food shows like Best Ever Food Review Show. This cooking edutainment channel aims to attract loyal supporters, as well as encourage collaborations with like-minded organizations such as World Central Kitchen.
About Joey’s Food Fight
Since childhood, founder/owner Joey Morelli has been on a mission to support children in need through cooking. He began pursuing this goal in college and culinary school, majoring in Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts. While attending culinary school, Morelli began working in the restaurant industry, eventually helping to open and grow several successful establishments. He is currently a board member for StandUp for Kids Chicago and provides food to teen shelters three times a week.
For more information about Morelli’s charitable activities, please visit the Joey’s Food Fight Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/joeysfoodfight
“Our first mission will be at Hope for Silent Voices Hope House in Cambodia,” a representative explained. “Our goal is to cook for resident kids and to teach them how to prepare quality meals within their budget. We will also work with them to set up professional kitchens and, most importantly, teach them the culinary skills necessary to continue supplying good, healthy food long after we leave.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.youtube.com/@joeysfoodfight
Joey’s Food Fight
191 Skokie Valley Road
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