"Chefs for Humanity" accepts $50,000 donation from Oceania Cruises

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The non-profit organization "Chefs for Humanity" informed that received a $50,000 donation from Oceania Cruises. Chefs for Humanity was created by Cat Cora to galvanize culinary enthusiasts around the word with one goal to stop the hunger and to improve nutrition.
“We are delighted that Cat Cora is now part of the Oceania Cruises family—her passion for fine cuisine captures the core of what we do every day,” explained Kunal S. Kamlani, Oceania Cruises’ president. “We are immensely proud of Cat’s philanthropic endeavors outside the kitchen and the work she is doing to reduce hunger across the globe. It is an honor to make this commitment to Chefs for Humanity in celebration of her role as godmother to Riviera.”
Few months ago Cat Cora christened Oceania Cruises’ newest ship Riviera, the 2nd new vessel introduced by Oceania Cruises in under 18 months. Created for epicureans, Riviera has ten dining venues – 6 of them are gourmet restaurants – with a Bon Appétit Culinary Center for hands-on learning and La Reserve by Wine Spectator, a professional facility for wine enthusiasts.
Chefs for Humanity was created by Cat Cora 8 years ago when the tsunami disaster in Indonesia happened. The nonprofit has help of any kind following disasters in New Orleans and Haiti and has made recent mission voyages to Ethiopia and Haiti.
“It is inspiring to have such generous support from Oceania Cruises,” said Chefs for Humanity founder Cat Cora. “Smart philanthropy from organizations like Oceania can make an enormous difference in providing and implementing solutions to impact hunger and malnutrition. Chefs for Humanity is honored to be a partner with Oceania Cruises in this fight against hunger.”