Our plan as a nonprofit organization was built upon the idea of providing quality catering and building relevant partnerships to ensure the growth of our programs.
We seek community partnerships by offering our services to other community outreach efforts to assist in their efforts. This year we incorporated a food rescue partnership to our efforts, helping local small farmers to reduce food waste and helps us impact food insecurity in our community.
The goal of these relationships is a partnership that betters both sides and strengthens our community.
At our core we are a simple catering company. While our principal mission is focused on catering to the less fortunate, catering is ultimately what we do. We also offer catering, donation of supplies or labor for community organizations initiatives.
We partner with local farms to reduce waste and increase access to produce for the underserved community.
We are building skills and providing interaction opportunities for the community.
Catering is what we do, catering to those who need us is what we love.
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Every Sunday, CTC takes the love for what we do and our dedication to the service and provides a full course dinner meal for our underserved in our community. This program is a weekly fixture that ensures community involvement and out reach. We need your support to offer free of charge these nutritionally balanced hot meals to those in need.
According to the USDA, the United States, wastes an estimated amount of 30-40 percent of the food supply. CTC is partnering with local farmers to stop food insecurity from the ground up!
The realization of how often we waste food and the negative impacts it can have for food security, the environment, and climate change is not there. The truth is, reducing food loss and waste could benefit everyone now and in the future.
Hunger exists. The local food banks, shelters, and soup kitchens depend on on the donations they receive from people like you to help keep the shelves full. Food drives raise awareness about hunger and inspire others to take action. Since we are an organization still in development, we have partnered with other community resources to put our efforts to use.
As the weather gets colder in Little Rock, we are reminded to dress appropriately to combat the elements. However, those experiencing homelessness or who cannot afford clothes may struggle with the seasonal change. For those in need, CTC distributes clothing and accessories during our feeding events to the chronic homeless and poor. Each year our supplies are exhausted, and we need to replenish these items.
The NPPP program was created to assist with non perishables, daily care provisions, and seasonal necessities. It is important to remember that we all have the same needs as human beings. The need for daily care provisions is no different. Non-food items cannot be purchased with food stamps, so toiletries and household cleaning supplies are not always accessible. We provide essential items, during events, that are often financially out of reach. We need assistance in keeping these items available.
Individuals with food insufficiency consume less than the recommended servings of vegetables and fruits. These individuals will have an increased risk of developing chronic diseases. With exposure to food and nutrition education, participants can then use foods available at pantries to create safe and nutritious meals for their families. We also believe culinary education is a way to simultaneously address multiple challenges: homelessness, the need for employable skills, and the high demand for labor in the food-service industry.