hot food, tasty food, happy people, happy stomachs, good vibes, lots of love, and lots of passion... thanks for the food and love curry without worry!
Curry Without Worry is a very respected and impactful organization to the San Francisco community. I have volunteered a number of times, hosted fundraisers, and served on the board. Those that work with the organization care about the dignity of every person served and want to do what they can to help. I would recommend giving donations of time or money to this great organization.
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Great! I helped to cook Nepali food with personable and genuine people and then brought the food to downtown San Francisco where we served others in need of a hot meal. It was a great experience. The organization is very welcoming to new volunteers as well as to the people they serve. This is such a positive environment to be in. With continued funding and access to a place to cook and serve, Curry Without Worry will be able remain helping others!
"rain or shine" this celebration of human compassion brings delicious food, laughter, music and compassion back to a society sorely lacking such vital community activities by bringing people of all stripes and shades around "the human fire place" to quote the lively founder Shrawan
When I first approached the food the organization was serving, I couldn't help but want to get in line along with the homeless because it smelled so good! I have never been to a soup kitchen that served food as delicious and wholesome as Curry Without Worry. So it is no surprise that there is a line forming long before the organization gets there. In addition, the volunteers are always very friendly and have fun being there, creating a memorable experience. The owner also plays the drums and sings while the homeless wait in line which also creates a spirited and uplifting environment.
I heard about Curry Without Worry through a friend and thought it sounded like an interesting way to volunteer my time. However, it was so much more fulfilling than I was expecting. All the other volunteers are very friendly and happy to be there and all the people coming to get food are sweet and very appreciative. They all had good stories to tell and were eager to talk. The food was amazing; the smell alone was drawing people in from all over. I really can’t wait to go cook and serve again!
Hello I first heard of curry with out worry from my daughter's school. So one day i decided to take my daughter there to see what it was about. Soon as we got there we just so impressed, with everyone. We have decide to go there every Tuesday and help out. Joy that curry without worry bring to people it's amazing. This is a truly the best organization i have ever seen.
I first learned of Curry Without Worry while living on the streets of San Francisco as part of a street retreat. During my week living on the streets I received meals from a variety of soup kitchens and shelters. None compared with the quality of the love and nourishment which is cooked into every wholesome meal which Curry Without Worry provides every week to hungry souls in San Francisco. In no way did I feel belittled or diminished by asking for food from Curry Without Worry. After I received my plate of warm, vegetarian food I sat with a group under the Simon Bolivar statue at Civic Center plaza. There I felt a part of a community as I ate and talked with others and listened to the sounds of Nepalese drumming and singing. The simple phrase, "Happy Tuesday," being sung with the drum beating was like a sweet mantra. Nothing was asked of me before I was fed, and afterward I felt encouraged to stay and talk for as long as I liked. I appreciated the intermingling of servers and the served. All seemed to sit together and eat afterward: the housed, the homeless, the young, the old. It was nice how few distinctions I felt. After being served by Curry Without Worry I decided to volunteer there as a cook in the kitchen preparing the meals. I felt the same sense of love and community that I felt while being served when I was volunteering. I have so many memories of singing to Bollywood music while we worked, as I learned about frying puri and making the curry dishes. It has been one of the most fun volunteer experiences I have ever taken part in. Volunteers come for as much time as they are able, and there is always a warm welcome for all volunteers for the time they can offer. Every time I volunteer, I go home feeling healthier and happier for having spent the day in that community.
Curry without Worry is a whole experience. Whether you volunteer to cook the delicious 5 dishes of Nepalese food, or serve it on Tuesdays evening, or even just show up to the line that outstretches the lengthe of San Francisco's Civic Center. This none profit is the clearest and most percise to its cause. I does not attempt to resovle a list of world problems, but it does successful provide a reliable delicious, nutritious, and warming meal to anyone who is hungery. There is no discrimination so all walks of life come to Curry Without Worry, homeless regulars, local crazies, starving college students, hungry downtowners. Sharwan, the creator of Curry without Worry, with his wonderful culianary and dedicicated volunteer crew provide a warm inviting and cultural experiences for all filled with music, laughter, and good food. Thank you for your service.
The vegetarian nepalize food is resteurant quality. The singing, druming, and interaction between volenteers and eaters creates the atmosphere of a mellow party. Althogh here is no official security, the calm energy keeps conflicts to a minumum.
curry without worry, to me, was an embodiment of our potential to collectively accomplish great things within out communities. Amidst a world of animosity and profit-based thought, it is a reassuring thing to be involved in a community project that feeds bodies and souls solely to do just that.I volunteered in the kitchen for ten sucessive weeks, and I know that I will return as soon as I can. Also, Curry Without Worry is responsibly devoid of unnecessary costs and beaurocracies, donors can be sure that their money is going directly towards the food we buy.