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AARP Foundation has funded the L.A. Kitchen to refine their program model for future scalability.
—Robert Egger, Founder of L.A. Kitchen
L.A. Kitchen’s Impact L.A. project aims to improve the diets of Los Angeles’ low-income senior population while also providing opportunities for volunteerism and intergenerational social interaction. To achieve this objective, L.A. Kitchen will:
Super Senior Sites: Impact L.A. started eight senior meal sites in Los Angeles to directly improve the diets, nutrition, and health outcomes of Los Angeles County’s growing senior population. The Super Senior Sites offer participants direct meal provision as well as nutrition education sessions provided by medical students and nutrition interns. In partnership with medical institutions, anthropometric measures will be tracked for Super Senior Site participants to evaluate programmatic impacts on health outcomes.
Impact L. A.
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
The Campus Kitchens Project
EatSF Food Voucher Program
Food on the Move
Help at Your Door
Home Care Cooperatives
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