Community Kitchens

A community kitchen is a public space where people get together and cook on a regular basis. Community kitchens offer the opportunity to share skills, socialize, and reduce costs by purchasing collectively.

Living Rock Minstries Food Services Training

Phone:
Work: 905-528-7625 x229
Contact:
Kevin Vos, Resources Coordinator, Living Rock Ministries
Email: Web: Address:
30 Wilson St, Hamilton, ON L8R 1C5, Canada
Hours:
Cost:
None
Who can access this service:

Open to all.

How to apply:

Contact for information about how to apply to this program.

Cooking and kitchen training in the Living Rock industrial kitchen. Provides work experience and training for at risk youth in the Hamilton community. Youth cook and participate in clean-up. Incentives for participation include volunteer hours and Rock Bucks to be used in Stacey's Place Youth Food Bank and Rock Shop.
Food produced in these programs is used to support the Oasis Coffeehouse meal programs.

Inner City Women’s Collective Kitchen

Phone:
Fax Number: 905-522-3433
Contact:
Email: Web: Address:
71 Rebecca St, Hamilton, ON L8R 1B6, Canada
Hours:
Offered twice per month
Hours vary by week
Contact for details
Cost:
None
Who can access this service:

Female identifying individuals.

How to apply:

Contact to register.

Offers a place to plan and cook affordable meals, learn and share skills helpful in budgeting, shopping and preparation of healthy food. The initiative is aimed to address food access, reduced social isolation, community engagement and capacity building.

Intercultural Community Kitchens

Phone:
Work: 905-574-1334 x304
Fax Number: 905-574-1688
Contact:
Narmin Mzouri, Food Skills Coordinator
,
Caitlin Craven, Food Skills Coordinator
Email:
Web: Address:
310 Limeridge Rd W, Hamilton, ON L9C 2V2, Canada
Hours:
Program is temporarily CANCELLED due to COVID-19.
Cost:
None
Who can access this service:

Open to all.

How to apply:

Register for Wednesday's program by contacting Narmin at nmzouri@n2ncenctre.com. Register for Thursday's program by contacting Caitlin at ccraven@n2ncentre.com

Intercultural Community Kitchens are a space where people get together regularly to cook and eat healthy recipes and share knowledge from their cultures. Community kitchens offer the opportunity to meet others and exchange skills in a welcoming environment.