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C4K helps impoverished kids — through their caretakers, through their communities and directly

  • As Simple As a Cookie

    How can you create a connection between kids in need and people who want to help? Make it as easy as buying a cookie — a seriously awesome cookie — created by the C4K team of chefs and their celebrity chef friends. C4K streamlines the process for chain restaurants and oth…

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  • Micro-mentoring — Building a Better Kabob, and a Better Future for Kids

    C4K cofounders Chef Eric and Shawn Davidson were discussing the problem of world hunger with Mark Miller, celebrity chef of Coyote Café.  He told a story of traveling the ancient Silk Road through China, stopping in a small village in Kashgar. Hungry, he went to a local cart…

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  • Micro-Entreprenuership — Real change from very small Businesses

    Organized in collectives, the “Ti Machann” (little merchants) of Haiti are the backbone of the food supply chain in a country still reeling from the devastation of the January 2010 earthquake. Safe and nutritious food is scarce, and the machann struggle to sell prepared food…

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  • Funding Great ideas

    C4K works to raise money for start-up organizations and smaller non-profits that focus their efforts to support children in need — such as Ecole Primaire Jeremie St. Fort, a school in Haiti; Books and Bricks, a start-up community library in a small village in Managua, Nicara…

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  • Get Involved — Design Your Own

    What if you aren’t traveling to China, Haiti, India, or Nicaragua but still want to help? Consider working with us in whatever way works best for you: Partner with us to create a custom fundraiser for your organization. Are you the owner, key decision maker, influential stak…

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What We Do

Through food and food related businesses, Chefs4Kids improves the lives of impoverished children, those who care for them and the communities where they live. We work to benefit kids in need by providing 4 Life Essentials: Food, Shelter, Clothing and Education.

OUR WORK IS CONCRETE, NOT CEREMONIAL

Our View


Children should not live in poverty. They should have food, shelter, clothing and education. It is the responsibility of the adults in their lives to provide these essentials. The adults are not just parents or caretakers, but the whole community. And a community includes everyone who wants to be part of it.

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