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Scarf: Dining with passion and heart

Scarf: Dining with passion and heart

Jess Moran founded Scarf, a social enterprise that borrows restaurants (currently on Monday evenings) to run Scarf Dinners. Scarf provides assistance to young people who might be new migrants, refugees, asylum seekers, or youth who desire to work in the hospitality industry, but are struggling in gaining fair access to training and work opportunities.
Moran, through serving Scarf dinners, aims to  foster social and professional networks so that these young people have the confidence and connections to get the job they want.

via Case studies · The School for Social Entrepeneurs.



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