We’re growing a community of healthy eaters — and it starts with teaching young people how to cook.
of NYC kids ages 10-17 are estimated to be overweight or obese
of NYC adults are estimated to be overweight or obese
of NYC residents in low-income communities are estimated to be overweight or obese
Studies show the more time people spend cooking at home, the lower their rate of obesity.
From city to farm
In low-income communities where processed, high-calorie foods are prevalent, and healthy, whole foods are scarce, The Sylvia Center provides essential programs that teach young people the skills they need to lead healthy, productive lives.learn more
March Recipes: Soy Braised Chicken Thighs with Cabbage and Carrots; and Roasted Winter Squash, Black Bean and Kale Quesadilla
Check out these Family Class recipes that have been a hit in our classes in both New York City and Columbia County. Family Class recipes are priced out so that…Read More
Our Next Event — The Best You’ve Never Tasted: Wine, Cheese, Bread & Olives
Purchase Tickets You are invited to join The Sylvia Center and FOODMatch on Wednesday, March 22nd for a guided comparative tasting of some of the most delicious hand-crafted bread, cheese, wines…Read More