Donate to support Hospitality House culinary program

From Hospitality House

Guests of Hospitality House

Guests of Hospitality House receive one of the three nutritious meals served each day.

It’s hard to believe that 112 gallons of milk are served each month to the guests at Hospitality House. That’s the volume needed to serve the 54 men, women and children from Nevada County who are provided with a nutritious dinner, a continental breakfast and a sack lunch every day. In addition to providing food and shelter, our commercial kitchen allows us to offer a culinary job-training program to guests like Trish, who never learned to cook at home where her parents began offering her drugs when she was only 12 years old.

Stories like these are heartbreaking but thankfully for guests like Trish, participating in the Culinary Program has allowed them to turn the page and begin a new chapter. In fact thirty-three guests have already graduated from the program with the skills, confidence and empowerment to successfully secure housing and/or jobs in the food service industry. Local restaurants, such as Three Forks, Safeway, SPD, and Maria’s, are benefiting from the braising, grilling and baking skills among others that are taught in the program.

Monthly Food Consumption

112 gallons of milk, 112 loaves of bread, 1,620 pieces of fruit, 1,620 juice boxes, 30 large jars of peanut butter, 30 large jars of jelly, 1,620 protein bars

We hope you’ll support the continued success of the Culinary Program at Hospitality House by donating to the CAUSE campaign at the register!

More About Hospitality House

hospitalityhouse_full_color_logo-useOur Rapid Rehousing Program has helped 382 guests get back into homes of their own—like Bobby, who was reunited with his 5-year-old son Connor this summer when they moved into a shared home in Nevada City. Hospitality House depends on donations and volunteer support to provide shelter, mental health services and case management to those from Nevada County.

How You Can Help

co-op-cause-logo-purple-all-white-text-cmyk-useDONATE at the register or hhshelter.org.

VOLUNTEER as a shelter assistant or thrift store assistant. Contact sue@hhshelter.org.

SHOP at Bread & Roses Thrift, 840 East Main St. Grass Valley (next to Sierra Cinemas).

We love working with you to help those struggling in our county!