Thanks to your support, this has been a banner school-year for Vetri Community Partnership.
In the process of innovating for the future, we reached new audiences with Vetri Cooking Lab and our third Mobile Teaching Kitchen, met new friends with Eat To Empower and Young Friends of VCP, and took on new approaches with EAT360 and Culinary Medicine.
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At Vetri Community Partnership, we know that food is something that can be deeply personal. Whether it be cooking or eating, food is the root of so many traditions and experiences. It is the common thread that brings families, friends, and communities together.
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Vetri Community Partnership was founded in 2008 by chef Marc Vetri and restaurateur Jeff Benjamin to help kids experience the connection between healthy eating and healthy living.
A 501c3 nonprofit organization, Vetri Community Partnership empowers children and families to lead healthy lives through fresh food, hands-on experiences and education.
EAT360 (formerly Eatiquette) educates young eaters and supports healthy lifestyles for families in our school communities.
Each school partner we work with is unique. Our goal is to support existing leaders and school culture through our work. We collaborate with faculty and administration to assess and address each school’s priorities through a variety of direct education and school wellness opportunities.
As a local education partner with the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, we work to improve the likelihood that students and families eligible for SNAP will make healthy food choices within a limited budget.
Vetri Cooking Lab is an out-of-school time program that combines cooking, nutrition education and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) core concepts. We use hands-on preparation of recipes to teach nutrition lessons, like whole vs. processed foods, the importance of breakfast, reading nutrition labels, added sugar, food marketing and more.
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Getting kids involved in the kitchen is a great way to help them learn cooking skills and encourage them to try new things.
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