Support the Goal to send two Transition Kitchen Foundation trainers to London England from December 2nd-6th to showcase the Transition Kitchen Culinary Arts Training Program to the London community. We look forward to your donation!
Join our Founder and President Robert "Chef Stew" Stewart along with Menace Man of the Risk Foundation for a Brunch Fundraiser on December 15th from 2pm-5pm in San Francisco, California. Click on Photo to buy a Ticket or Donation!
Our amazing team of culinary trainers and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others in the community. We take our convictions and turn them into action with our Culinary Arts training program. Think you would be a good fit? Contact us for more information!
In 2015, Food Network Alum Celebrity Chef Robert Stewart saw a need for a culinary arts and job training program in the City of Baltimore and with the rising poverty rates throughout the previous years, he formed the non profit foundation to provide sensible solutions to help the community where he was born and raised. The foundation is headquartered in Baltimore, Md and is planning on expanding to other major cities throughout the United States in the near future. With the help of volunteers and donations from across the U.S., the foundation has opened its doors.
Teaching life skills through culinary arts, while also exposing learners to the endless opportunities in the food and beverage industry. We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using data driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference.
• Transform a community space into a commercial kitchen where we will be able to teach children, young adults, and ex-offenders about culinary arts.
• Equip students with the culinary skills needed to become employees within Transition Kitchen and obtain employment via job placement through staffing partnerships.
The kitchen will be serve multi purposes such as:
• Providing a catering facility for catering chefs who desire access to a kitchen.
• A home base for Transition Kitchen drop and go catering services.
• A hands-on interactive classroom.
• An opportunity to rebuild relationships with law enforcement by implementing a sweet treat package. The sweet treat package will give students the opportunity to deliver the packages of sweet treats to local police departments who participate in the program. This provides a way for law enforcement and children to engage with one another through positive encounters.
We are currently seeking students, volunteers, trainers, and are in need of your generous donations to keep this program available to the under resourced population of young adults and returning citizens we serve. Contact us to find out how to get involved!
There are many ways to join us and support our mission. Contact us to find out more about how to donate supplies, volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and other ways that you can get involved.