Chicago Non-Profits: Kitchen Possible

Every other Monday, I volunteer some photography skills at a non-profit, Kitchen Possible Chicago. Kitchen Possible strives to teach kids how to make things happen in life through making things happen in the kitchen.

Kitchen Possible is a co-worker’s side hustle, which requires her to spend her week working in brand strategy and devotes her nights and weekends to running all things Kitchen Possible (donations, curriculum, logistics, etc). As an (expanding) weekly after-school program, Kitchen Possible teaches one recipe per session through a consistent five-step process week over week. In this session, Kitchen Possible students made two variations of pasta. Attending nearly four sessions, I am thoroughly impressed by the students’ transformation in confidence, teamwork and culinary skills. Whether chopping vegetables, following a recipe or working as a team, there are amazing things happening in this kitchen.

Hoping to host “A Chance for Conversation: Non-Profits” with my colleague soon. More to come! In the meantime, please consider donating to Kitchen Possible or volunteering at Kitchen Possible in the summer session.

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