From May 1, 2021 through August 31, 2021, Healthy Happy Kitchen will be donating $10 per class or membership purchased to the following organizations. This is a flat $10, not a percentage of proceeds from sales so we are hoping to give $1000s this summer.

How can you be a part?

  • Book live cooking classes today (replay is free if you can't attend at the posted time)
  • Book On Demand classes from our library to watch at your leisure
  • Buy a membership! For less than the cost of ONE CLASS per month, you will get priority seating at all classes (even those that are sold out) and access to the complete ON DEMAND library. Scroll down to Memberships at this link
  • Tell your friends and send them this link
  • Buy gift cards - go to this link then scroll down to gift card button

Causes Close to My Heart

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Farmlink Project - Connecting Farms to Food Deserts

There are over 37 million people in the United States that don't know where their next meal is coming from. Simultaneously, billions of pounds of produce are going to waste each month. We need YOUR HELP to combat food waste and reduce food insecurity across the nation. Every dollar raised for The FarmLink Project can help rescue and transport 10 pounds of food and provide over 8 meals to people in need. Together, we can work to make sure that hunger is one less thing that our neighbors and fellow Americans have to think about during this unprecedented time. $100 feeds a family of 4 for a month!

Farmlink Project

I Pour Life - Relief, Rehabilitation & Development

There are three ways to support and empower change in a community: relief, rehabilitation, and development. Through an evidence-based development strategy, I Pour Life programs provide an opportunity for longterm, sustainable change for the individual and the greater community. With the right opportunities and influe

I Pour Life was founded in 2011 by Julie Higgins, to empower and equip individuals with social and economic disadvantages to become self-sufficient. The first initiative was in El Salvador, and after five years of coming alongside local leaders, I Pour Life began to launch other sustainable development programs around the world.

Today, I Pour Life operates LifeStrengths for at-risk, marginalized, and homeless youth in Missouri and Texas, as well as a community development and family empowerment program in Kore, Ethiopia for individuals who are experiencing extreme poverty and have been diagnosed with leprosy, HIV/AIDs, and Tuberculosis.

One person and one community at a time, I Pour Life is providing a hand up, not a hand out to people with economic and social disadvantages. I Pour Life is an international 501c3 based in Springfield, Missouri, with satellite offices in Dallas, Texas and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


Growing Minds - Local Food in Schools

Growing Minds connects farmers, distributors, and school food leaders to ensure students have access to healthy local food. Over the years, we have developed tried-and-true resources for bringing local food into cafeterias and engaging students in making healthy eating choices. You’ll find many of these resources linked below; use them to learn more about our work or to implement in your own community.

Growing Minds Farm to School