Ice cream sundaes marked the end of another successful round of Cooking Matters courses—and a chance to enjoy a cold treat during last week’s heat—as dedicated culinary and nutrition volunteers gathered in the Mildred J. Brooks Learning Center.
While enjoying their sundaes, volunteers networked and shared best practices with each other. Together, they recapped their latest classes and took a moment to prepare for the new round of courses taking place throughout the D.C. metro region this spring.
The Capital Area Food Bank extends a heartfelt thank you to Cooking Matters volunteers for their service in facilitating over 160 hours of culinary and nutrition training for kids, families, teens and adults this winter. Their hours of patient instruction helped over 100 new graduates bring healthy, affordable home-cooked meals into their households.
We would not be able to do this great work without our volunteers, so thank you for your dedication and for inspiring a love for cooking and nutrition in our region!
Volunteer for Cooking Matters
Do you love to cook or share nutrition information? Want to share your passion with individuals in Maryland, D.C. or Virginia? We’re always looking for dedicated culinary instructors, nutrition instructors, course managers, and class assistants to participate in running Cooking Matters courses. Click here for more information.
If you are a partner or community member and would like more information about the Cooking Matters program, please email email@example.com.
Cooking Matters is a nationally accredited culinary and nutrition training program run by Share Our Strength in support of their No Kid Hungry campaign.