Wembley Stadium has opened its vast main kitchen to cook thousands of meals a day for key workers and the vulnerable. Compassion London, which was founded by Leon Arts, activist, philanthropist and chef, in response to the Coronavirus crisis, will be using the kitchen as demand for meals has escalated. The facility is being given free of charge, thanks to Wembley stadium, their caterer Delaware North and the stadium’s owner the Football Association.
Rojina Brooks and Darshan Garbuja, who are currently on furlough from CleanEvent Services, have volunteered to implement the kitchen cleaning programme and to lead the team. Other members of the CleanEvent Services kitchen cleaning team will be joining them as volunteers.
Tomas Gronager, CEO CleanEvent Services commented: “We are pleased to be able to support Compassion London, Delaware North and the FA in producing up to 20,000 meals per day to prevent people from going to bed hungry. Rojina, Darshan and their team are leading the kitchen cleaning support and their volunteering makes us very proud. Well done!”
Picture shows Tomas, Rojina and Leon at Wembley.