The Co-op Community Kitchen partners with community organizations serving low-income populations to provide free hands-on nutrition & cooking education classes focused on how to eat healthy and prepare low-cost meals on a limited income.
This program supports the Co-op’s mission to provide the benefits of healthy food to as many people in our community as possible and fulfill a growing need among members of our community who are experiencing hunger and economic hardship. We believe that learning to cook healthy low-cost meals can help everyone on the path to good health.
Hands-on experience is the key to success in our four-week program; students learn to:
Who we currently partner with in our community:
We are proud to partner with such community organizations as: River City Food Bank, Wellspring Women’s Center, Mercy Housing, Domus Development, Oak Park Sol Community Garden, and Sacramento Native American Health Center.