Meet Betty — Community Kitchens Northwest

“Food is a way to build that bridge between all of us.”
— Betty Lowe, Community Kitchens Northwest

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As a Community Kitchens Northwest volunteer, Betty Lowe knows what it means to find community around a table. Her time spent with Seattle Tilth in the kitchen has helped her grow as a cook and bond with others over a full table of fresh food and good conversation.

Seattle Tilth’s Community Kitchens Northwest invites people from all walks of life to come together around a common table. Even when people do not speak the same language, the food they share speaks volumes to the power of community.

Please donate at ANY level to help revive a culture of home cooking and healthy eating.

Here are the ways that your dollars support Seattle Tilth and Community Kitchens Northwest:

  • $75 covers the cost of ingredients for one high school cooking club session for up to 25 students
  • $150 provides ten color photo cookbooks for program participants
  • $225 funds a nutrition workshop with hands-on cooking for a class of high school students
  • $500 pays for “Farm to Table” training for ten childcare professionals so they can identify key issues that influence food equity, communicate the message of healthy eating to kids and families, and learn to prepare kid-friendly recipes using fresh ingredients.

Donate today to revive a culture of cooking.

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