Civitan Foundation, Inc.

The Cook-er-y Catering

UPDATED: November 17, 2021

This culinary institute provides members with hands-on engagement, skill development and employment through cooking classes, a cafe', working garden, catering, food safety training and sustainable food business creation.

Civitan's Village Cook-er-y is an unique vocational culinary program that creates real-life experiences for adults with developmental disabilities and actual employment opportunities in the hospitality industry.

We offer catering options to local businesses and non-profits
Breakfast Meetings
Special Events
Customized Gift Baskets
Dessert Trays

Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)

During the summer months, Civitan Foundation partners with several sites in the Phoenix metro area and Williams, Arizona, to offer healthy meals, based on USDA nutrition guidelines. Supervised members of Civitan’s culinary program prepare and deliver the food to locations in north Phoenix. Meals served in Williams are prepared at Camp Civitan. Contact Civitan Foundation, Inc. for more information and locations. The SFSP is a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child Nutrition Program created to provide free meals to low-income children.

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12635 N. 42nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85032
United States



(602) 953-2944

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