Cooking at the Core
Cooking at the Core is a 9-week program designed to help low-income individuals and families learn nutritious meal planning and budgeting on a limited income.
Guest chefs join Community Health Workers and Dietitians to teach the sessions.
Inner-CIty Women's Collective Kitchen
Twice a month, this group meets in a kitchen setting to learn how to prepare affordable meals to address food access, relieve social isolation and to engage and build capacity in the community.
Included among the skills taught are:
- Healthy Meal Preparation
Money saved through buying in bulk, cost-sharing, and selecting seasonal foods goes a long way toward maintaining access to nutritious meals.
Good Food Box
The Foodshare at the Core is a program designed to address the issues of food insecurity being experienced by our Clients population due to COVID-19 pandemic. It assists clients who have lost their job and are facing financial issues and facing food insecurity. Through food drives and donations from the community the program distributes donated food to families in need. This program also promotes healthy eating on a budget.
This is a drop in program that occurs every Tuesday and Thursday between 1:30pm to 2:30pm