As vice president of DGA Builders, LLC, Tony DiTucci oversees multi-family and senior housing projects. Apart from his professional pursuits, Tony DiTucci donates to Foodlink, an organization that fights hunger and supports communities, established in 1978.
Foodlink aims to end hunger by creating a healthy community that is powered by nutritious meals. As part of its mission and vision, the Foodlink Kitchen organizes a unique culinary training program especially for community members with difficulty in finding employment. The training institute also helps employers hire workers who have received proper skills training. The 12-month training program targets the problems faced by underemployed individuals. Some solutions provided by the program include:
–Opening opportunities for development and mastery of skills as well as for continuous training and education that will prepare the individuals for their actual work.
–Leading community members to career pathways that are identified through their strengths, interests, abilities, and other factors.
Creating work environments for hands-on practical training and assisting community members in finding suitable jobs.