11 Aug Slow Cooker Education
We continue to grow, improve, and expand our signature community project.
The Hunger Outreach committee continues to host slow cooker classes, as we have done since the 2015-2016 league year. We continue to do so through our partnership with All Faiths Food Bank and their “Cooking Matters”program.
We have also hosted many classes in partnership with other nonprofits such as Girls Inc., The Boys and Girls Club, The Lighthouse of Manasota, and The Orchard Place. During these classes, we teach participants how to economically shop for and make easy meals to feed their families. At the end of the class, each person gets to take home a slow cooker, a meal they made during class, a slow cooker recipe book, and a bag full of kitchen essentials such as can openers and measuring cups.