CHICAGO (CBS) — A meal made in Chicago will end up helping people in India devastated by the pandemic.
One item is butter chicken from Chicago chef Anupy Singla.READ MORE: School Bus Driver Shortage Has Kids Getting To School Late; Companies Point To COVID Vaccine Requirements
It’s just one of the foods made for teachers at the British International School of Chicago in the South Loop.
Those teachers will pay for the food by donating to a fund for coronavirus victims in India.
But it’s not just a fundraiser.READ MORE: Officer Struck By Car While Directing Traffic In South Loop, 2 In Custody
“The key thing was to make sure the students are educated on what’s happening,” said teacher Iena Dua. “So I compiled a series of resources just so they would have the background information and understand how lucky we are, and how things are so different in India.”
The school even made a video in Hindi.
So far, they’ve raised almost $4,000, and there are more events planned to collect even more money.MORE NEWS: Woman Restrained By CPD Officer While Walking Dog Still Waiting For Police Report, Body Camera Footage