A Meal that Heals is a dinner party or communal meal of your choosing that connects guests to the children of SACH and to each other.
Kula in Swahili means food, and at the SACH Children’s Home, we are always excited for Kula Time, when the children and mothers eat together and everyone is invited to join them at the table.
Food brings us closer together in a shared experience. So, we want to bring you into our community by sharing a meal together and sharing some stories of the children that have been saved by SACH.
We're compiled ideas to get your started.
1. Host your meal at a restaurant, student center or your home. Or, create a variation on the dinner heme and host a cooking class with a local chef or a cookoff using recipes from the Children's Home.
2. Seek out partnerships with individuals (chefs, event hosts, foodies, goodwill ambassadors) and groups interested in global health, medicine, inter-cultural activities, Israeli humanitarianism and, of course, food!
3. Our staff will send you a series of children's profiles(see sample below) and recipes from the Children's Home to share with guests. Red or heart-themed decorations add a nice touch!
4. We can help you connect with a recent volunteer or visitor to the Children's Home or a SACH team member who can share their experience.
5. We will also provide plenty of information to inform your guests and spark conversations.
The most meaningful part of hosting a Meal that Heals is sharing the stories of the children saved by Save a Child's Heart. When you sign up to host, a member of our staff will send you up to ten different children's profiles (like the one below) to share with guests. Place one card at each seat and encourage guests to share the details of the child in front of them with the table.
Contact us to get started.
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