If your organization is interested in creating a food bank, maintaining an existing food bank, or is actively involved in healthy feeding efforts to your community we want to support you!
Our hands-on instructional classes and accountability groups will give disadvantaged parents and community leaders and influencers the knowledge to provide healthy meals to their families and encourage healthy eating in their communities.
Kelly’s Kitchen Accountability Classes will guide participants through various cooking exercises to make the best use of ingredients to produce nutritious home-cooked meals.
Interactive cooking lessons
Grocery shopping techniques
Fruits, Veggies, and raw food preparation
Weekly meal planning
Having a garden outside your door can decrease your food costs by $20 to $50 per week. You don’t have to be a master gardener to grow what you enjoy eating. Below are 4 easy steps to get you on your way to growing your own food.
Determine what you want to grow. Check with your local county extension office to find what grows best in your area. Start with herbs and vegetables that don’t need much attention.
Clear the ground of debris, weeds, and roots.
Food Deserts have created additional barriers for families to provide nutritious meals.
General Tips for starting operations: