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
Waste-Free Recipe for World Food Day 2016
In the spirit of World Food Day 2016, we encourage everyone to share this delicious, zero-waste meal among friends and family. Read more about World Food Day and our program…Read More
Celebrating World Food Day with Our Program Sponsor, Rabobank
Throggs Neck students topping off their apple galette before baking. This Sunday is World Food Day – a day for everyone to join together in unison to focus on one of…Read More