Did you know that approximately 50.1 million people in America struggle to put food on their table, and 1 in every 6 Americans face hunger?

Cooking for a CauseFood is an essential need for all human beings, however, thousands of Americans go hungry every day. This charitable AND culinary team building program allows your team to engage in a little friendly food-making competition with the ultimate goal of providing food for families in need.

In Fare to Share, your team will be “cooking for a cause” by working towards a 3-pronged donation to local food banks. This includes hot food donation to soup kitchens, sandwich/snack donation for delivery to drop-off sites and food pantry donations of “food bag” items to families in need.

Cooking for a causeCooking For a Cause is composed of three different components to add a little competition to your charitable experience – the Cooking Competition, The Great PB&J Challenge and the Food Bag Donation.

This program accommodates for groups ranging in size from 12-300 and runs approximately 3 hours. Cooking For a Cause is the perfect program to build team morale, kick start annual meetings or even moving into a new place.

With the holidays just around the corner, this team building program is sure to get your team in the true holiday spirit!

Has your team ever participated in a charitable team building event?

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