Would your organization like to offer cooking and nutrition education programming, but you are overwhelmed or unsure of where to start? Cooking Matters Connecticut would love to partner with you to help!
Community-Supported Cooking Matters programming started in 2013 with a partnership with the Valley Initiative to Advance Health & Learning in Schools (VITAHLS). VITAHLS wanted to offer Cooking Matters at local elementary schools.
The Community-Supported Cooking Matters model grew out of this partnership and now offers community partners the option to either pay for program costs out of their existing budgets or write Cooking Matters into upcoming grants. Cooking Matters staff, in turn, fully manage the courses from beginning to end.
See a list of some of our partners here : http://cookingmattersct.org/partner.html
If your organization is interested in learning more about the Community-Supported Cooking Matters Model, please contact Terry Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.