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Many of our students come from disadvantaged backgrounds and are eligible for free and reduced lunch. Food and Finance High School provides access to tools, people, and opportunities that will help them obtain the skills and experiences that will lead to college, career, and life success.

Your gift to the students helps pay for...

 

* College application and SAT fees

* Scholarships

* SAT prep

* College tours

* After school activities

* Visiting Chef Program

* Tools, materials and classroom upgrades

* Food costs

* Nutrition programs

* Sustainability initiatives

* Restaurant management training & retail initiatives

* Summer jobs

Watch Sofia's Story.

Your donation can help make dreams like Sofia's come alive.

Want to send your donation in a check?

 

Please make the check out to the FOOD EDUCATION FUND and send to:

 

Food Education Fund

136 w 95st

New York, NY 10025

 

Why donate to the Food Education Fund? 

 

The Food Education Fund (FEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to promote sustainable positive life outcomes for the youth of New York City. FEF increases access to education and career opportunities through the academic and experiential learning programs at Food and Finance High School, the only four year culinary high school in NYC; advances research in sustainable food sourcing through its collaboration with higher education institutions through its hydroponic and aquaponics laboratories; and through various support services, helps the students of Food and Finance High School develop critical professional and interpersonal skills such as decision-making, financial literacy, job-readiness and citizenship.

 

Call us:

(212) 586-2943

Find us: 

525 W 50th Street

New York, NY 10019

 

The Food Education Fund, Inc. (FEF) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our Tax ID #: 26-3497284

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