World Chefs Without Borders (WCWB) is a global humanitarian aid initiative by The World Association of Chefs Societies (WORLDCHEFS).

What is our mission?

Connecting WORLDCHEFS committed to providing education and resources to those in need and afflicted by natural disasters.

A Four Level Program

  1. Emergency Task Force:
    Chefs work with local rescue units, neighborhood shelters, mobile kitchens and other local programs through local Member and Non Member Chef Associations.
  2. Relief Program:
    Chefs assist local Member and Non Member Chef Associations in relief camps, disaster areas and/or crisis units where humanitarian aid is needed for short or long periods of time. Operating through the logistical support of our partner organizations Electrolux and AIESEC, while assisting both the victims and humanitarian aid teams on site.
  3. Development Program:
    Chefs work closely with local Member Chef Associations on both national and international levels with the purpose of assisting with the infrastructure and establishment of educational and basic training programs.
  4. Chef Ambassadors: representing Member Chef Associations, promote and/or coordinate Chefs Social Responsibility (CSR) events or fundraising initiatives in their country each year that create an awareness and raise funds for WCWB.

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Feed The Planet


Worldchefs initiated Feed the Planet in 2012 to encourage its membership base of 10 million chefs worldwide, to create a positive change for the planet. Initiatives include World Chefs Without Borders focused on humanitarian aid, sustainability education for professionals, and professional education for people in need.

Based in its Sustainability framework ‘For the Better’ and a promise to be a force for good in its local communities, Electrolux will initiate and drive projects by engaging its business units and 60 000 employees. The projects will be backed by funding through the Electrolux Food Foundation, established in 2016.

A global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential, through professional internships, and volunteering in social projects. With its 70 000 members in 125 countries, AIESEC was selected by the UN as one of the organizations helping to reach out with the SDGs to youth worldwide. AIESEC volunteers and interns help power Feed the Planet with knowledge and manpower.

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