Bay Ridge Senior Center
Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood
Development Center Inc (BSECDC)
Bellevue Day Care Center
Billy Martin Child Development Center
Bronx Baptist Day Care and Learning Center
Brooklyn Community Services
Brooklyn Kindergarten Society
Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and
Chinese American Planning Council
Citizens Care Day Care Center
Community Life Center, Inc.
Cypress hills Local Development
East Harlem Block Nursery, Inc. 1
Family Life Academy Charter School
Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council
Future of America Learning Center
Goddard Riverside Community Center
HANAC- The Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee
Henry Street Settlement
Highbridge Advisory Council
Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement
Mosholu Montefiore Community
North Bronx National Council of Negro Women Child Development Center
Queens Community House
Riseboro Community Partnership
St. John's Bread & Life
St Mark's U.M.C. Family Services Council
St. Nicks Alliance
Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center
Sunnyside Community Services
Trabajamos Community Head Start
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council
United Community Center
The Teaching Kitchen at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
The Neighborhood House has created a leading-edge training, technical assistance and consulting program to help local nonprofit organizations with institutional food programs serving low-income clients to convert their programs to – or accelerate their progress towards – our farm-to-institution model.
The New York State Health Foundation awarded The Teaching Kitchen their 2016 Emerging Innovator Award, which honors organizations “poised to make radical improvements to the state of New York’s health over the next 10 years.” The New York Times recently profiled The Teaching Kitchen in a lengthy article available here.
The Teaching Kitchen at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House is a nuts-and-bolts food business course designed to share our model and best practices with a wide-range of organizations. Led by Teaching Kitchen Chef Lynn Loflin, the tailored curriculum, site visits, year-long technical assistance, ongoing professional development workshops, recipes and web-based resources help participants transform their food programs to serve significantly more fresh, healthy and local food – without raising costs.
To date, The Teaching Kitchen has assisted 30 organizations serving more than 3 million meals annually. The ultimate goal of the program is to localize publicly-funded institutional food systems, more broadly improving the health of low-income New Yorkers and strengthening the regions’ farms, economy and sustainability.