Community Kitchens Northwest
Find out about Community Kitchens NW!
Community Kitchens Northwest cultivates a culture of cooking by bringing people together to cook and eat as a community. We host community dinners, lead after-school cooking clubs, support a network of community kitchen programs and offer trainings. Our goal is to build community well-being through good food. By sharing cooking skills, nutrition knowledge, and food traditions, we strive to make healthy eating a sustainable choice for everyone.
- CKNW Kitchen Leader Training
Learn how to set-up your own Community Kitchen!
Check back soon for upcoming classes.
- Community Dinners at Rainier Community Center
(4600 38th Ave. S, Seattle)
5:30-6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 21
Want to help cook? Join us at 2p.m.!
- Learn more on the Seattle Tilth blog.
We’re partnering with Public Health Seattle & King County, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and receive funding from United Way through a Hunger Free grant. Other key support has come from our strong group of community volunteers leading kitchens and serving on the steering committee and participating community groups.
See CKNW in action on Evening Magazine!
To learn more, email Leika at LeikaSuzumura@seattletilth.org.