Sacraspice provides intergenerational, culturally-diverse cooking workshops that teach youth how to cook their favourite meals from scratch. We believe that it takes a community to raise a child, and we collaborate with both parents and seniors in the community to instil the passing down of food skills from generation to generation and keep ancestral connections alive.
Our workshops take place in specifically-chosen NIA neighbourhoods in Toronto, where food insecurity is high among BIPOC families. We believe providing youth with lifelong cooking skills will not only allow them to live healthier, fulfilling lives, but also, help prevent the onset of diet-related illnesses, which are high amongst these populations. We want to see the next generation of young people take their health back into their own hands.
To instil lifelong cooking skills in young people so they can live healthier lifestyles and become more self-sufficient in the kitchen.
Teaching youth how to cook their favourite meals from scratch through hands-on, intergenerational, and culturally-diverse workshops.
Our Four Pillars
A healthy relationship with food stems from a comprehensive understanding of the ingredients that go into them, hence why we promote cooking from scratch.
Keeping ancestral connections alive by passing down food skills from generation to generation.
Cooking foods from around the world to highlight the immense amount of cultures and tasty foods that exist in Toronto!
We are a Black, youth-led organization with lived experiences that reflect the students we are serving