This community kitchen program not only addresses poverty with innovation and long-term solutions, but teaches families the skills needed to prepare healthy, nutritious meals and snacks. We work directly with the families to solve food sustainability and provide the opportunity for them to learn a variety of cooking skills.
The program runs twice a year with 10 members as participants. During this program the participants are taught the basic skills to help them start back on their own. Each participant receives a freezer and a crock pot during the program.