Food, we have learned over these many years of cooking camps, is one of the things that brings us all together. It nourishes us, literally feeding our souls and bodies. So what better way to teach our children how to make a positive impact on their world than by having them cook a meal for invited family and friends — especially a meal that will benefit others?
We’re thrilled to feature young cooks (ages 8 to 12) from A Little Yumminess Cooking Camps in a series of magical community fundraising dinners to showcase how our differences truly bring us together. And how kindness can begin in the kitchen. Each A Little Kindness fundraising dinner will be designed around a different culinary theme and will benefit an organization doing important work here in the Bay Area or around the world.
3/19/17: “Diverse Flavors of America” — Together we raised more than $10,000 for the International Rescue Committee and savored a menu of American Classics “with a twist”. See pictures and read more about the event here. A big thank you to our sponsors:
Good Eggs ✦ A Little Yumminess ✦ The Karp-Haahr Family ✦ The Aufderhaar Family ✦ The Richmond-Chung Family
Our next A Little Kindness community fundraising dinners are already in the works! Please get in touch if you are interested in supporting or donating! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- April: Bold & Vibrant: spring flavors inspired by one of our favorite chefs, Yotam Ottolenghi, benefitting the Sierra Club
- May: Indonesian Nasi Campur Feast, benefitting La Cocina