Seeds of Change

Eliminating food deserts in Chatanooga
The Junior League of Chattanooga’s Seeds of Change is a collaborative effort to eliminate food deserts in Hamilton County. Through collaborations with community partners, JLC will address the issue with advocacy, educational outreach, and the skills, effort and enthusiasm of its trained volunteers.
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Kids in the Kitchen, Junior League of Charlotte

An ambitious push for change in Charlotte
Among many other goals, The Junior League of Charlotte’s Kids in the Kitchen program aims to integrate garden vegetables into local schools, implement a school wellness policy, improve access to healthy food, and advocate for changes to policies that restrict access to nutritious school lunches.
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Achieving Maximum Potential

Ensuring that kids in foster care receive good nutrition
The Junior League of Cedar Rapids’ Kids in the Kitchen program exposes teens in foster care to healthy and affordable cooking by providing food to them at bi-weekly gatherings known as Achieving Maximum Potential meetings.
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Junior Chefs Competition

Junior League of Birmingham

Making cooking with healthy ingredients fun
The Junior League of Birmingham’s upcoming Kids in the Kitchen Junior Chef Competition aims to make cooking with healthy food fun and accessible while expanding community partnerships.
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C.H.E.F.

JLNY CHEF

Empowering families to make life-long healthy choices
The Junior League of the City of New York (NYJL) educates families in the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods with a five-week program that puts the emphasis on healthy cooking, eating, and exercise.
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