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

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Open to all youth, 13-25 years old. 

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Provides work experience and training for at-risk youth in the Hamilton community. Youth cook and participate in clean-up in the Living Rock industrial kitchen. 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

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Who can access this service:

Female identifying individuals.

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Meets twice a month in a kitchen setting to plan and cook affordable meals, and learn and share skills helpful in budgeting, shopping, and preparation of healthy food. The initiative is aimed to address food access, reduce social isolation, and to engage and build capacity in the community.