SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY

WHAT IS RECIPES 4 LEARNING?

 

RECIPES 4 LEARNING is a 501C3 nonprofit that aims to provide elementary school kids hands-on educational programs using cookie decorating kits for a fun in-class or after-school learning program.
The program, in turn, directly supports people with different abilities by providing work training programs and job opportunities.

Recipes 4 Learning Cookie Kit

RECIPES 4 LEARNING IS FOR:

  • Elementary School-aged Children

  • In-class or After School Enrichment

  • Field Trip Alternative

  • Turn-key Math & Color Theory Lessons

  • Remote, Video-friendly Lessons

  • SEPTA & PTA Fundraising

  • High School Community Service

  • Special Education Super Seniors

  • Girl Scout or Boy Scout Activities

  • AND MORE!

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Cookie Fractions Cookie Kits Include:

  • Parchment paper

  • Craft sticks 

  • 3 Buttercream Frosting cups with primary color food dye already placed in, ready for mixing

  • Extra cups for mixing

  • Candy for molding lines

  • 4 Pre-baked Sugar Cookies

  • A bakery box for storing finished cookies

  • Plus, a QR Code to a step-by-step instructional video!

Pricing:

  • $20.00 each kit with Delivery
    (20 kit minimum order)

  • $18.50 each kit, Pick Up Only
    (No minimum)

COOKIE KITS

TO ORDER COOKIE KITS:

  • Call: 631-624-6113

  • Email: recipes4learning@gmail.com

  • Or, enter your information below and someone from Recipes 4 Learning will contact you.

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 Recipes 4 Learning Transition Program

The Recipes 4 Learning Transition Program offers those with IDD/DD a two-year non-credited work transition program where they can gain job skills, social and daily living skills training with a focus on Career Development in the food industry. Part of the proceeds from the Transition Program help to offset the cost of our Recipes 4 Learning Educational Kits for grade school children. This enables us to sell more kits and provide much needed jobs for adults with DD/IDD. We utilize principles of reinforcement and positive behavior in order to increase the participants range of skills, social awareness, self-awareness, and confidence. The program currently operates out of our commercial kitchen and production facility at 320 Broadway Greenlawn in Huntington, NY.