The Campus Kitchen  at Kent State University          LISA HOFER         JESSICA KALAR        AMERICORPS VISTA      OHIO C...
1. The CK@KSU   GOALS___________                  2. How it Works    Vista Assignment       Description           3. Agenc...
The Campus Kitchen at Kent State    How it Works                   Statistics                          Recovered Food: 27...
Agency Partnerships              Kent Social Services              The Center of Hope              Haymaker Farmers’   ...
Community  Partners___________RestaurantsGrocery StoresCateringCompaniesHotelsCampus DinningServicesFarmersClasses
NUTRITION OUTREACH        PROGRAM________________________•   Raise nutrition awareness•   Healthy cooking demonstrations• ...
FARMERS’MARKETDEMONSTRATION_______________Mutually beneficialrelationship withfarmersNutrition OutreachRecruiting Voluntee...
GLEANING___________Farmers sometimesoverplant and havemore crops than theyneed.It is more cost effectiveto plow it under t...
CHILDRENS PROGRAMSThe Power of Peanut Butter   Breakfast of Champions The MANY ways to enjoy      The benefits of eating...
Springtime of    Hope___________Homeless people livingin tents come to the Y-Bridge every Fridayevening where theSpringtim...
HAVEN OF REST  KAISER PERMANENTE                           COOKS CONFERENCE        GRANT $25,000                         ...
Freedom HouseJob Skills Training Program  •ServSafe Certification  •Knife Skills  •Proficient Use of Restaurant Equipment ...
Michelle andZeik are bothHospitalityManagementMajors at KSUwho have beenheavily involvedwith work inand out of thekitchen ...
Kent State- AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Presentation 2012
Kent State- AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Presentation 2012
Kent State- AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Presentation 2012
Kent State- AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Presentation 2012
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Kent State- AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Presentation 2012

  1. The Campus Kitchen at Kent State University LISA HOFER JESSICA KALAR AMERICORPS VISTA OHIO CAMPUS COMPACT
  2. 1. The CK@KSU GOALS___________ 2. How it Works Vista Assignment Description 3. Agency Partners• Cooking Shift• Recruit and Train 4. Community Partners Volunteers• Secure funding for 5. This Summer future programs• Raise Awareness 6. Looking to the Future• Donate 2,500 lbs of Food• Nutrition Education Outreach
  3. The Campus Kitchen at Kent State How it Works Statistics  Recovered Food: 27,005 lbs Underutilized Food  Food Sent: 17,343 lbsRecovered byVolunteers  Meals Sent: 11,818 Transformed  Volunteers Engaged: 1279 Delivered  Hours Volunteered: 3,228 Served
  4. Agency Partnerships  Kent Social Services  The Center of Hope  Haymaker Farmers’ Market  King Kennedy Community Center  The Haven of Rest  Freedom House  Springtime of Hope
  5. Community Partners___________RestaurantsGrocery StoresCateringCompaniesHotelsCampus DinningServicesFarmersClasses
  6. NUTRITION OUTREACH PROGRAM________________________• Raise nutrition awareness• Healthy cooking demonstrations• Utilizing Farmers’ Markets• Educational Classes
  7. FARMERS’MARKETDEMONSTRATION_______________Mutually beneficialrelationship withfarmersNutrition OutreachRecruiting VolunteersSNAP & EBT
  8. GLEANING___________Farmers sometimesoverplant and havemore crops than theyneed.It is more cost effectiveto plow it under than topay workers to pick it.CK-Kent has recoveredover 350 lbs of foodfrom gleaning efforts
  9. CHILDRENS PROGRAMSThe Power of Peanut Butter Breakfast of Champions The MANY ways to enjoy  The benefits of eating peanut butter breakfast Why it is so good!  Making better breakfast choices
  10. Springtime of Hope___________Homeless people livingin tents come to the Y-Bridge every Fridayevening where theSpringtime of Hopeserves a hot meal.Twice a month, SoHbrings a trailer ofsupplies to hand outsuch as: • Clothes Peanut Butter & Jelly • Toiletries Zucchini, Beet, & Potato Chips • Tents & Blankets Chocolate Whoopie Pies • Batteries Peppermint Patties
  11. HAVEN OF REST KAISER PERMANENTE COOKS CONFERENCE GRANT $25,000  Exchange Recipes Nutrition and Health  Share Tips Education  Recipe Inspiration Utilizing Farmers’ Markets
  12. Freedom HouseJob Skills Training Program •ServSafe Certification •Knife Skills •Proficient Use of Restaurant Equipment •Various Cooking Techniques •Teamwork
  13. Michelle andZeik are bothHospitalityManagementMajors at KSUwho have beenheavily involvedwith work inand out of thekitchen for overa year. The Second Generation of Mangers for The Campus Kitchen @ KSU

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