Healthy Workshops in Your Neighborhood

Find cooking and healthy eating workshops throughout Philadelphia and its surrounding communities.

Overview

The Food Trust's SNAP-Ed nutrition education program offers workshops throughout southeastern Pennsylvania including Philadelphia, Norristown, Reading, Lehigh Valley, Chester and eastern Delaware County. Part of PA TRACKS, these workshops focus on cooking, physical activity and nutrition education in an effort to combat obesity and other diet-related diseases like diabetes and heart disease. 

This easy-to-use map features current Food Trust workshops as well as workshops offered by other organizations that community members can get involved with in their neighborhood. The Food Trust strives to empower adults and youth living in lower-income areas with the tools and knowledge needed to make healthier choices on a limited budget and lead more physically active lifestyles. 

Make sure to check back often as workshops and locations are constantly being updated. Plus, make sure to check out our friends over at Philly PoweredPhilly Food Finder and Food Fit Philly for more local resources.

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Growing Healthy Communities: The Food Trust's Approach to Nutrition Education

Through a community-based approach to nutrition education and healthy food environments, The Food Trust’s PEACH (People Eating and Cooking Healthy) program works to improve food access and teach lifelong skills in lower-income communities, empowering SNAP-eligible individuals, families, schools and communities to live a healthy life.

Contact

For more information on a specific workshop or resource, reach out to the corresponding contact listed in the site's details. For more information about The Food Trust, contact Nichole Proctor-English at .

Funded by the Pennsylvania (PA) Department of Human Services (DHS) through PA Nutrition Education Tracks, a part of USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). To find out how SNAP can help you buy healthy foods, contact the DHS toll-free Helpline at 800-692-7462. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

If you have any questions concerning a specific workshop, reach out to the contact listed in the site's details. Note: Classes and locations are constantly being updated, so we highly encourage reaching out to site contacts before visiting them. 

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