AARP Foundation has funded The Campus Kitchens Project to increase their level of evidence and simultaneously work to refine their program model for future scalability.
The Campus Kitchens Project
—Alexander Moore, Chief Development Officer at Campus Kitchens
The Campus Kitchens Project will measure the impact of their national programming for adults age 50 and older. Over 30 months, they will:
The Campus Kitchens Project will expand their programmatic reach through a robust literature review, evaluation sub-grants to Campus Kitchen chapters, and identification of outcome metrics that align with best practices in the field.
Campus Kitchens Project Summit: Over 300 student leaders attended the 4th Annual Summit held in partnership with the Universities Fighting World Hunger Summit. Students expanded their networks of leaders and innovators in the field, received in-depth training, and engaged in dialogues about hunger, food waste, sustainability, and social justice.
Engaged Population: Each month, the Campus Kitchens Project reaches a consistent group of seniors across their national chapters. By continually engaging over 4,500 adults age 50 and above, Campus Kitchens works to address the social isolation and nutritional knowledge gaps that can contribute to food insecurity.
We collaborate with grantee and partner organizations to identify evidence-based interventions that make transformational impact possible and address our strategic objectives.
Aging in Place
EatSF Food Voucher Program
Food on the Move
Help at Your Door
Home Care Cooperatives
Impact L. A.
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