e work cooperatively with individuals, families and communities to facilitate and/or enable initiatives that reduce hunger which enhances the capacity of participants to acquire skills in preparing affordable meals, providing fresh fruits & vegetables and developing sound economic management practices.
This is a great opportunity for kids to learn some golf tips and tricks from PGA TOUR Champions professionals Larry Mize and Brian Mogg, on the Upper Driving Range at Canyon Meadows G&CC. As it is a free event, and no golf experience is required, we want to get the word out, so more kids can have the opportunity to try out golf, perhaps even for the very first time!
THANK YOU TO DAN CLAPSON FOR THE WONDERFUL REVIEW ON THE GLOBE AND MAIL!
THANK YOU TO THE "BIG HEARTED MAVERICKS" FOR A GREAT EVENT AND THE $20,000 DOLLAR DONATION.
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Would you like to save money, learn to budget, and cook with a group of likeminded people?
Calgary's Cooking puts groups of individuals who meet twice a month to plan and then cook healthy, nutritious and budget-friendly meals. Calgary's Cooking is two easy steps.
The Souper Stars Program is a youth program offered under Community Kitchen Program of Calgary. Classes are delivered by the Community Kitchens Youth Programs Facilitator to designated schools.Click Here
Tummy Tamers is one of the very few initiatives in Calgary that provides a feeding program specifically designed for children from ages 5-12 in low-income communities over the months of July and August.
It is a Food Rescue Program that rescues and distributes food such as fresh produce and bread collected from Calgary Interfaith Food Bank, Farmers' Market and local merchants that may have otherwise been thrown away.
This is a Hamper program designed to help those coming out of transitional housing and homelessness. Contents of each hamper vary depending on the size of the family. Hamper requests are only accepted from agencies and not Individual.
When there is a disaster in City of Calgary involving more than 100 people, Community Kitchen Program of Calgary is contacted to create meals for the evacuees and for the disaster response staff to contiue their effort to help the victims.
Want to say thank-you for the help from Community Kitchen. Have enjoyed fresh fruit and vegetables on occasion that we would hesitate to buy due to high price, or even other specialty foods. Thank-you and God Bless
We are seniors who receive AB benefits. We are so blessed with the food we receive with the Spinz-A-Round program. We love a good variety of things to help us cook and eat much more healthy. Using this program and the Good Food Box where we purchase the large box gives us choice to prepare healthy meals. In our home you don’t normally find snack foods. Thank you Marilyn and staff for your efforts and continue to help those on minimum income. It is so much appreciated.
‘My children so look forward to getting the Good Food Box – always full of surprises. I’m a single parent of two growing children, thank you for all your support.’