About Fresh Chefs
“Fresh Chefs Society teaches young adults in foster care to cook, work in the food industry, and create a life they own and value through food.https://freshchefssociety.org/
Fresh Chefs Society began with a simple idea: offer nutritional support to youth in foster care. Growing up in the foster care system in Florida, founder Shaleiah Fox knew first-hand how little control she had over her life – starting with food choices. Recognizing the incredible need for cooking education and access to nutritional information for foster youth, Fresh Chefs Society mobilizes the community around this issue.”
- Teach a cooking class: Show kids how to make your favorite meal—something easy and inexpensive.
- Join a Fresh Chefs Committee: Help plan parties, both for Fresh Chefs youth and supporters.
- Volunteer Email Round-Up: Reply to Fresh Chefs’ periodical email to sign up for one-time volunteer opportunities like assisting with cooking demonstrations or shopping for kitchen supplies.
- Host a Fresh Chefs Society event: Organize a fundraiser or potluck benefiting Fresh Chefs.
Fresh Chefs Society does not list volunteer requirements on their website.
To apply to be a volunteer, go to Fresh Chefs’ Volunteer page.
Or visit their homepage: https://freshchefssociety.org/
Fresh Chefs Society Locations
Volunteer Opportunities by Interest
- Affordable Housing
- Arts & Culture
- Children & Youth
- Emergency & Disaster Relief
- Faith-Based Outreach
- Foster Care
- Homeless Populations
- International Aid
- Low-Income Neighbors
- Mental Health
- Neighbors with Disabilities
- Other Opportunities
- Sports & Fitness