You and 30 chefs. 1 amazing cause. All on February 22nd, 2018 at St. Lawrence Market Temporary North Market (125 The Esplanade). The tastiest way to promote healthy food and food literacy in schools, Recipe for Change 2018 will be FoodShare’s 9th annual signature fundraising event.
Among the hundreds of ways FoodShare moves our mission forward is a chance to connect, celebrate and savour. Over 30 sweet and savoury dishes made with love by some of the city’s best chefs in an intimate setting. All we’re missing so far is you.
A taste of the chefs, wineries and breweries that will treat you at Recipe for Change
A lot of kids are disconnected from where their food comes from and it’s impacting their health. Our award-winning food literacy program, Field to Table Schools, brings fun food education to schools across Toronto. Our team engages students from JK to Grade 12, working on everything from critical thinking to empowerment. Student and teacher workshops are tried-and-tested, with strong curriculum connections and shareable resources for all grades and educators. Recipe For Change supports FoodShare Toronto’s vital food literacy work and school food programs.
If you’re an organization looking to align with a strong cause, consider sponsoring Recipe for Change. Take a look at our Sponsorship Package and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss sponsorship ideas and options.
We’re always looking for awesome items for our Silent Auction. If you’re a business or organization looking to align with a strong cause, consider donating product to the Silent Auction at Recipe for Change. Contact email@example.com to discussion options.
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We work hard to improve access to good healthy food all year, this is our night to come out and celebrate the great flavours the city has on offer and to raise funding and awareness for the work we do in schools. Getting kids excited about eating, cooking and growing when they’re young makes for a healthier society tomorrow.