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Pamela Green Jackson formed the Youth Becoming Healthy Project to educate school students about the importance of eating healthy and exercising. Initially starting out by providing newspaper supplements as part of the Newspapers in Education program, YBH now has fitness centers in five Georgia middle schools. The program converts vacant classrooms into fitness centers, and […]
After volunteering with his mother at their local food bank, 10-year-old Brian Furrer from Lincoln, CA saw how quickly the food was running out and decided to organize a week-long food drive to help restock the shelves. Brian brought collection boxes from classroom to classroom at his school and personally counted all the cans his […]
KidsGardening, a core program of the National Gardening Association, has been using gardening as a vehicle for encouraging children to make better food choices for over 25 years! Their programs augment traditional classroom studies with experiential learning, building a love of nature, stimulating social interaction, facilitating cultural exchange and promoting healthy eating habits. The experience […]
When Katie Stagliano grew a 40 pound cabbage (yes, you read that right!), she didn’t know that she was beginning to cultivate a dream as well. When the 10-year-old from Summerville, SC realized how much cabbage was in her garden, she decided to donate it to needy families by working with Fields to Families, a […]
(New York, NY) — In an effort to highlight the continuous strides that the NYC Department of Education’s Office of SchoolFood is making towards promoting healthy food choices to New York City students and to encourage students and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking, daytime host and best-selling author Rachael Ray, the Office of SchoolFood and the Yum-o! organization, Rachael Ray’s nonprofit organization, have partnered to create an exciting, delicious and nutritious lunch menu to be served in more than 1,600 New York City public schools, across all five boroughs. On October 26, 2009, Ray was joined at the announcement of the partnership at PS89/IS289 in Manhattan by Deputy Mayor Dennis M. Walcott, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Deputy Chancellor Kathleen Grimm, State Senator Daniel L. Squadron, Chief Executive for SchoolFood Eric Goldstein, Chef Jorge Collazo and Principals Veronica Najjar of PS 89 and Ellen Foote of IS 289.
Rachael Ray Celebrates Sesame Street’s 40th Anniversary with a
Family-Friendly Recipe in
C is for Cooking
Rachael is helping to celebrate Sesame Street’s 40th Anniversary by contributing to the newly released special edition cookbook, C is for Cooking.
In this edition of Let’s Get Cooking…, David Fishman, Middle School Food Critic, dishes about this summer’s camp food.
Be Well: Messages from Moms on Living Healthier Lives is a collection of stories compiled by the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. The book showcases moms who are working to establish lifelong, healthy habits in their kids with the hope that their stories will inspire other parents to […]
Rachael has shared her passion for teaching kids and families about food and cooking as a contributor to the newly released book, Actions Speak Loudest: Keeping Our Promise for a Better World.
(Chicago, IL) — In partnership with the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF), Rachael Ray’s Yum-o! organization is pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 Yum-o! Organization Scholarship. Yum-o! has awarded ten $2,500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have enrolled in a post-secondary foodservice program to support their dreams of pursuing a career in the foodservice industry.