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Messermeister Young Cooks Program

Messermeister is passionate about young adults learning the art of cooking. There are more and more kids that leave home for college or pursue a career that can’t perform a simple task like boiling an egg. This leads to unhealthy eating and most importantly, young adults are not getting proper nutrition needed. Cooking used to be passed down from generation to generation but in the last few decades this form of inheritance has decreased dramatically.

Fortunately, there is a growing trend in high schools across the nation that are offering culinary programs to their students to teach this essential, lifetime skill. For many of these students, these programs also create an opportunity to explore a viable career path. We created the Messermeister Young Cooks Program to support these high schools by offering fundraising opportunities to upgrade inadequately equipped kitchens with world class cutlery and tools! Additionally, Messermeister matches all funds raised through the program with 3-times the value in product for the school.

HOW TO ACT
How to get involved in the Messermeister Young Cooks Program? Please contact us at info@messermeister.com to start the conversation.

NEED FUNDRAISING IDEAS FOR YOUR SCHOOL?
Messermeister can help your school raise funds! Raise money by selling Messermeister products. 50% of Messermeister products sold through the fundraiser goes towards the fundraising efforts.

To learn more about the Young Cooks Program email us at youngcooks@messermeister.com


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Margaret Schott
Margaret Schott

December 31, 2020

The purchase of which Messermeister products would generate a donation?

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