March 25: United Women of East Africa partners with American Red Cross WIC to offer glimpse into East African heritage during National Nutrition Month
April 1: Prepared Family Meals feature cultural cuisine, support women and their families
Founder of cultural organization revisits her nonprofit roots as past American Red Cross WIC employee on Women’s History Month
San Diego CA— United Women of East Africa has long been a center for our community members to connect over their shared backgrounds. During the next two weeks, UWEAST offers two different options for people to support the organization: a virtual cooking class and takeout orders.
The virtual cooking class, named The Thursday Taste, holds additional significance as founder of United Women of East Africa Sahra Abdi partners with her former workplace American Red Cross WIC for Women’s History Month and National Nutrition Month. WIC’s registered dietitians will advise on the health benefits of the traditional East African dish throughout the event.
By ordering food through United Women of East Africa’s Baraka and Bilal Catering kitchen, the San Diego community will get to know one facet of East African culture while enjoying delicious food and supporting an intentional mission.
- Thursday, March 25 at 6 p.m.: The Thursday Taste virtual cooking class
- On the menu: Ethiopian Collard Greens and Coconut Cinnamon Rice
- Click hereto register
- Friday, April 1 (all day): Takeout options for individuals and families
- On the menu: Plates and Sambusas
- Email Miriam@uweast.orgor call 619-831-7883 to place your order