Nourishing our Community with Healing Food
Every week volunteer teen and adult chefs & gardeners come together to prepare organic healing meals for community members fighting a life threatening illness.  
Become a Client Today
If you or someone you know is facing a health crisis due to a life threatening illness and could benefit from the gift of beautiful, delicious and nourishing meals prepared with love, our program is for you.
Teen Volunteers
Whether it’s in the kitchen or the garden, we will give you endless opportunities to learn and grow while giving back to your community. If you have never cooked, gardened or feel confident in your skills, we’ll find the right place for you, and give you the opportunity to learn more.
Adult Volunteers
Join the PCK volunteer family of incredible, giving people, who are working together to enrich our community. We have adult volunteer opportunities in
many areas including cooking in the kitchen, spearheading fundraising events, garden help, and more.
DISHES SERVED PER PERSON A WEEK
DISHES SERVED A WEEK
VOLUNTEERS
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PCK Garden Fundraiser 2017

  • $500RAISED
  • 3%COMPLETE
  • $14500NEEDED
  • $15000GOAL

 

Teen Board members Hannah Fowkes and Mitchel Paterson are inviting teen chefs and our community to help Positive Community Kitchen to offer a complete farm-to-table program.

 

Recently, we’ve been given the opportunity to cultivate fresh produce from our own garden! Currently, PCK relies on donated fruits and vegetables from gracious community members to serve our sixty plus clients weekly. The land has been lent, but we need tools, equipment, soil amendments and even a truck(used) to transport our garden’s goodness to our cooking space.

 

A garden of our own brings full circle a farm-to-table concept where volunteers of all ages can learn about healthy and sustainable lifestyles.

 

We, the teen volunteers are looking forward to opportunities in the garden because we get to see where the food is coming from. We are learning a lot in the kitchen such as knife skills,  preparing a variety of dishes from soups to desserts and working together as a team. However, the garden will only increase these opportunities. We want to get our hands dirty!

 

We know as an organization, the garden will positively impact our community in many ways.

 

Your donation to our garden is a gesture of hope, love, and faith that teens have the power to be positive change agents in the world, starting right here in Eugene. Help us raise $15,000!

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