Formerly incarcerated and homeless men serve those experiencing similar struggles

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BUSHWICK, Brooklyn — Members of The Doe Fund's Culinary Arts occupational training program are hard at work preparing a Thanksgiving feast.

On Nov. 22 they will cater a full dinner for 300 Hunter College undergraduate student government guests, and on Nov. 24 they will serve 800 men and members of their families across its three facilities.

Founded in 1985, The Doe Fund provides life-transforming services, supportive and transitional housing, and economic opportunity for formerly incarcerated and homeless men.

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