Marin’s rate of overweight children is lower than the Bay Area and statewide averages, but is increasing (Marin Department of Health and Human Services). We have to ACT now!
Thanks to our generous donors, Kids Cooking for Life can continue our critical mission of inspiring kids to eat healthy for life, and expand our programming to reach more kids in the Bay Area.
We need your help to ensure our kids (including those from low income communities and those with special needs) make healthy food choices, which last a lifetime.
Become a sponsor
Connect your company’s brand to the good work that we do.
Help us build the next generation of healthy kids!
Your support will be mentioned at each class, and your logo will appear on our website,
our Facebook and Instagram pages and printed materials as well as in the final recipe cookbook distributed to students and their families, Most importantly, your financial support will go a long way to help our group of gifted and committed professionals continue their work of instilling in children from underserved communities an
understanding of proper nutrition through hands-on cooking classes.
Kids Cooking for Life in your school
Our teachers bring in everything necessary for the hands-on cooking experience (after school or during the school day, one-hour or multiple back-to-back classes). All we need are tables and a sink to make the magic happen!
We would appreciate the opportunity to discuss how we might work together to bring our program to your students.
If you have a passion for helping kids learn about healthy diets, experience new foods, and gain the confidence to cook wholesome meals, then Kids Cooking for Life is a perfect fit for you. We are looking for exceptional individuals who would like to volunteer and gain practical experience as an assistant instructor. Perfect for older teens, those studying health and education as well as retirees who enjoy cooking.
Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helps Kids Cooking for Life to continue to reach more teens with special needs
Buys groceries for 40 classes (currently we teach 15 per week)
Teaches students about healthy eating for a typical course
Supports a weekly cooking class for
Excites students to taste, cook and eat new foods for a full school year