Our Upcycling Kitchen, located in the Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church, makes use of all sorts of edible, nutritious foods that would otherwise have gone to waste.
We take in surplus produce from farms, grocery stores, and other food distributors, as well as unexpected ingredients like leftover pierogi dough and other spare ingredients from local restaurants. Got ingredients you think we could use? Contact us to start donating food >>
Each week, our team of chefs uses those rescued ingredients to create delicious, nutritious, and complete meals for the community.
To date, we’ve made more than 85,500 free upcycled meals for our community.
Each week we take in 1,000 lbs of surplus food from farms, grocers, and restaurants that would otherwise have ended up in the trash.
Our talented team of chefs uses that food to create nutritious, delicious, and complete meals that we distribute for free each week to our community.
Every Friday, from 9 am to noon, we distribute these meals for free to the community out of the Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church parking lot.
Come see us to pick up a meal or sign up to volunteer.
Your donations help keep the Upcycling Kitchen running.