We use food to change lives and build healthy communities. Our foodservice job-training programs help people with barriers to employment achieve self-sufficiency by marrying their talents to the needs of the community. Our food production business provides a sustainable model that supports our food training and educational programs.
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Since 2009, we have trained 628 individuals.
In 2016, our graduates saw an average wage increase from $1.35 to $9.47! Learn more
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A Note from a Graduate
Since I have graduated from the class, I have had the opportunity to become employed and am doing something that I never thought was possible. I am excited for the possibilities in the future....