FEED Kitchens are now open for business to help aspiring entrepreneurs start and grow local food businesses, as well as training potential bakery & food service workers to develop new marketable job skills.
We have a new Kitchen Manager, Adam Haen, and our first users are busy in the kitchens making cookies, apple pie filling and more. To learn more about becoming a FEED user, visit the Kitchens website: www.feedkitchens.org
Challenge Grant Open!
A generous donor to the FEED Kitchens has issued a challenge – he will match all donations through the end of the year, up to a total of $25,000. We are just about half-way to that mark, and would love your help.
FEED Kitchens Orientation Session
The next informational session for potential FEED Kitchen users and others will be held on December 4th, from 6:00 – 7:00 pm, at the FEED Kitchens conference room – 1219 N. Sherman Ave.. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 661-0060 ext 2 in order to ensure there will be room.
FEED Kitchens Equipment Registry
The FEED Kitchens and Northside Planning Council are pleased to announce the impending completion of their exciting project. To help commemorate this event, they are registered with Kessenich’s Inc. for all their needs!
FEED Groundbreaking Ceremony – April 3, 2013
The Northside Planning Council’s FEED Kitchens commercial kitchen incubator has broken ground and now started construction after several years of planning and fundraising. Click here for recent CAP Times article for background on how this project developed. Ellen Barnard, former NPC Chair, continues to serve as FEED Project Chair. Please consider making a donation to help us reduce the remaining funding gap!
For more details on this project, please visit the FEED KITCHENS Web Site Here >>.
Many hundreds of individuals have contributed to this project through donations ranging from $9.51 to several thousand dollars. In addition, NPC has been honored to receive funding from the following agencies and organizations: