Katz Food Revolution was established by a group of seven MBA students from the University of Pittsburgh Katz School of Business. We are channeling our marketing acuity to raise awareness and interest in Pittsburgh’s Food Revolution Cooking Club (FRCC), an local initiative in support of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's global Food Revolution campaign.
Your donation will help to fund the FRCC's mission of providing Pittsburgh-area high school students with education to make healthier food decisions and tools to learn cooking skills.
More About the FRCC
The FRCC began its mission with the Barack Obama High School in East Liberty, and now has expanded to support Brashear High School in a weekly breakfast program. The long term vision of the Food Revolution Cooking Club include replicating the program in other schools, providing summer job opportunities for students and promoting a healthy school culture.
About Food Revolution Pittsburgh
Food Revolution Pittsburgh, (www.facebook.com/FoodRevolutionPittsburgh), part of the global Food Revolution (http://www.jamieoliver.com/us/foundation/jamies-food-revolution/home) initiative led by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, is committed to working with representatives from local schools and agencies to achieve a number of measureable goals in our communities. Pittsburgh is the first city to commit to a 12-month campaign to improve food in schools, homes, businesses and city government. Several local businesses pledged to promote health and well being in the Pittsburgh area including Phipps, Propel Schools, Whole Foods, UPMC, The Mayor’s Office, Eat n Park Fit United, and the Environmental Charter School/Bar Marco.