Community Garden Kitchen
Title: Community Garden Kitchen
Description: Community Garden Kitchen Contact Us FAQs Kid’s Cafe Holy Family School Our Mission “To provide nutritious meals to those in need in a safe, welcoming place.” What is the Community Garden Kitchen? The is ranked 26639493 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $1,844. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Community Garden Kitchen Contact Us FAQs Kid’s Cafe Holy Family School Our Mission “To provide nutritious meals to those in need in a safe, welcoming place.” What is the Community Garden Kitchen? The Community Garden Kitchen will be a (4500 square foot) free standing building adjacent to an existing preschool in east McKinney. The land for the facility has been provided by the preschool’s owner, the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas; architectural and design work has already been completed. The facility will consist of a lunchroom/gathering space, commercial kitchen and restroom facilities. During the day the Kitchen will serve the students attending the school. After school hours, the Kitchen will serve the community, providing a safe, welcoming environment where people enjoy nutritious food and fellowship. Beyond feeding students and providing meals after school hours, the mission of the Community Garden Kitchen will include broader goals: Community meeting area Educational and life skills classes, particularly nutrition and meal preparation A place for religious services The “garden” in the Community Garden Kitchen is a powerful component of the mission. Located adjacent to the planned building, the garden will provide the land and resources for the growing of fruits and vegetables. The Community Garden Kitchen will be centrally located close to McKinney’s historic downtown area. The kitchen will be able to provide for the growing needs of the school children and open to anyone in the community in need a meal and a sense of community. KID'S CAFE 500 X 500 SHARING OUR TABLE What is 500 X 500? How will it feed hungry people in our city? Simply put, Community Garden Kitchen is looking for 500 community groups or families to raise at least $500 each in 2015 to help fund construction. Such broad-based support across our community will not only put a large dent (at least $250,000) in the total sum needed to build the kitchen, it will speak volumes about Collin County citizen’s support of CGK to grant makers. We’ve set a goal to enlist 500 groups by Thanksgiving! In mid-November 2015, we will all celebrate with an event at the building site. The fundraising completion/donation due date is anytime by the end of 2015. ‘How to’ raise your money is totally up to each participating group. At Community Garden Kitchen, we know local organizations and families have a strong desire to help others in need and want to strengthen bonds in your group by working and playing together. There are hundreds of ways a small group can raise funds…. we hope you will enjoy putting your creativity to work. We think you’ll have fun with it! It’s easy and fun to be a part of 500 X 500! 1. Designate a Contact Person. 2. Contact Person please email 500× to register. 3. Registration Information — Please include [a] contact name [b] contact phone number [c] contact mailing address [d] name of group [e] name of your church or other larger organization [f] your target date in 2015 to complete fundraising [g] how you plan raise the money (optional info but helpful!) [h] any other comments, or fun facts about your group (size of group, ages, what else you do,etc.). 4. Brainstorm your creative fundraising plan, raise the money, and send it in! “Community Garden Kitchen” is on Pinterest with lots of ideas to help get your creativity flowing! Follow us now to see new ones as they’re pinned. 5. We can accept checks by mail at POB 1881, McKinney, TX 75070. Please make them payable to Community Garden Kitchen. We are able to accept PayPal and credit cards online at our website. We can even arrange to pick up cash- just email us! 6. A receipt will be provided to the payer in all cases. 7. Follow us on FaceBook: watch for fun updates and recognition of your group and others who participate in 500 X 500! 8. Celebrate your success and enjoy knowing you are a part of this important effort! Community Garden Kitchen FAQs Q: How much will it cost to build the Community Garden Kitchen? A: The current estimate is between $650,000 and $700,000. Q: Will the Community Garden Kitchen merely be an expansion/renovation of the preschool, Holy Family School? A: The Kitchen’s physical location will be on the school’s campus and it will certainly enhance the school and the services it provides to the students. But it will be so much more — serving a community of all faiths and ages, people in our area in desperate need. Aside from leveraging the gift of the land on which the Kitchen will be built, the project’s location on the school campus has the added advantage of being in an area of great need. Q: Will monetary gifts to help build the Community Garden Kitchen be segregated from the school’s general operating funds? A: Yes! Q: How is it envisioned that individuals will qualify to receive meals at the Community Garden Kitchen? Will there be an official “intake” process? A: We feel strongly that the Community Garden Kitchen’s mission will be best fulfilled by establishing no barriers. No paperwork or intake process is planned. Not only will the absence of these administrative tasks reduce cost, but it will also minimize the fear and shame people experience when they seek help for their food needs. Q: I would like to help. How can I get involved? A: Monetary gifts are welcome and can be offered at the “Donate” button at the top of the homepage. Your donation is secure. Donations in the forms of check, made payable to “Community Garden Kitchen” may be mailed to P.O Box 1881, McKinney TX 75070. Also we need volunteers to bring the Kitchen to life! Please click on the “Volunteer!” button at the top and input your contact information and we’ll help you put your talents to work on this vital project. Collin County Hunger Facts Today the term describing hunger is “food insecurity”. What does that mean exactly, food insecurity? It is people in the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. There may be a little food at home tonight, but there is nothing for tomorrow, or the next day. Twenty five percent of the students in the McKinney schools face food insecurity everyday. On Friday afternoon when school is dismissed, many of our elementary students are sent home with backpacks filled with food. Included are pre-packaged foods that can be opened and eaten by a child. From the school lunch on Friday until the school breakfast on Monday (68 hours) the backpack food may be all that is available to that child and their family. Live above poverty 92.5% Live above poverty (under 18) 89.8% Have health insurance 84.4% Children not on free or reduced lunch 75% 120,290 Collin County residents (15%) are food insecure. Hours from lunch on Friday until school breakfast on Monday Percent of students in McKinney schools are facing food insecurity every day Holy Family School, A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization February of 1951 Father Jose de Jesus Vega, a Mexican Priest, and his wife Maria Luisa Cardenas Vega opened a school, “La Escuelite” (The Little School), in east McKinney. Thus began the Holy Family School, a nursery school created to care for small children whose parents were mainly agricultural laborers who worked each day in nearby fields. For the past 63 years, Holy Family has continued the original mission of Father Vega and his wife, Maria to ensure that each student was kindergarten-ready, healthy, happy, and active. Click here to learn much more about Holy Family’s history, mission and current operations. We are so grateful to Holy Family School and its owner, the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, for their enthusiastic support of the Community Garden Kitchen. Locate us on Map Contact Us Community Garden Kitchen of Collin County, Inc. P. O. Box 1881 McKinney, Texas 75070 972-562-5476 email: Copyright 2014 - Community Garden Kitchen. All Rights Reserved Whois