Our cooking classes provide valuable education and support to individuals and families facing food insecurity, especially to those families who are unfamiliar with American food and vegetables.
These classes help our clients learn how to prepare healthy, nutritious meals on a limited budget, making it easier for them to stretch their food dollars and feed themselves and their families. By teaching clients how to cook with basic ingredients, we help our clients save money and reduce waste by using what they have on hand.
cooking classes also provide a sense of community and connection for pantry clients, many of whom may be experiencing social isolation due to their financial situation. By bringing people together in a supportive environment, these classes can help pantry clients build relationships with others who are facing similar challenges, reducing feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Dwelling house Of Hope does not only give food to their client. They also offer training and help the clients to secure jobs. Dwelling House Of Hope has Certified American Red Cross and American Heart Association Trainers.
- First Aid/CPR/AED (Adult and Pediatric)
- Bloodborne Pathogens