Chef José Andrés of Jaleo in Disney Springs has provided millions of free meals to federal workers and natural disaster survivors wants to hire Bonnie Kimball. Bonnie was the New Hampshire cafeteria worker that was fired for giving food to a student who couldn’t afford it.
It was reported that she was fired by the district manager of Café Services, the food services company that employed her, and she was told what she did was “theft.”
The student who couldn’t afford his $8 meal repaid it the next day.
Chef Jose posted this on twitter:
New Hampshire school cafeteria worker fired for giving food to student who couldn't pay – WHBQ! The hero is Bonnie Kimball! If she needs a job we have openings at @thinkfoodgroup if you know her, let her know! @NewHampJournal https://t.co/o7JHXgRtn6
— Please wear a mask! Do it for USA, please… (@chefjoseandres) May 17, 2019
Chef Jose Andrés was named one of the Top 100 most influential people in the world by TIME and you can see why.
So far he is not the only person offering her a job. She was offered her old job back with Café Services and many other people have stepped forward as well. She says, “they’re not doing it for me, they are doing it to save face.”
No word on if she has accepted his generous offer.
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