Delish: Fusion CateringA multi-ethnic catering service that brings together the talented culinary skills of newcomers
Delish: Fusion Catering
DELISH is a multi-ethnic catering service that brings together the talented culinary skills of newcomers to Canada. The DELISH program provides a menu of international flavours prepared on-site to meet the needs of clients throughout Abbotsford. The goal of DELISH is to help participants build confidence, social networks, and professional skill development for the Canadian marketplace.
Delish is available for business lunches, private parties, and wedding catering. Please contact us for menu options and pricing.
To Book Delish: Fusion Catering
- Emails are preferred over phone calls.
- We aim to respond to inquiries within 2-3 business days.
Delish Volunteers and Paid Work Opportunities
In order to volunteer in the program, participants will be needed to be certified in FOODSAFE. During the volunteer portion of the program, participants gain experience in a kitchen and customer service, practice workplace English, and learn leadership skills.
Once participants have completed the volunteer portion of the program, there is the opportunity for participants to work for DELISH on a contract basis. This will help to add additional income to newcomers’ households and provide valuable Canadian work experience. Cooks can stay on contract as long as they like, but income will be determined by participant availability and the growth of DELISH.
“Delish helps me to make more friends, settle down better and get more confidence to integrate into Canadian society.”
Did You Know?
Delish opened in 2014 and Archway has provided services for newcomers for almost 50 years.
Monday – Friday
Archway Community Services
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9
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