Jazzy Brunch Was the Bee’s Knees

The Jazzy Brunch held at No More Empty Cups on August 6th celebrated local foods from local farmers while highlighting MJER Help, a food entrepreneur who is growing their business in the shared-use kitchen at the Food Hub. Both familiar and new supporters enjoyed a locally sourced meal with seasonal cocktails accompanied by smooth jazz

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Entrepreneurs Aim for Success with Business Coaching

No More Empty Pots and Wells Fargo have partnered for the second Entrepreneurship Invitational. Entrepreneurs will compete to earn up to $1,000 for their food-related business. Throughout the competition, they will have access to resources and mentorship which will support their journey to success. Business plans have been submitted and eight entrepreneurs will pitch their

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Omaha Gives! Donors Support Culinary Workforce Development Class

In your generosity, you raised $12,250 for the first class of the 15 week culinary workforce development program. The funds will purchase supplies that include uniforms, knives, aprons, and instruction manuals for the first class of participants. The workforce program is set to launch in August 2017. With this training, un- and under-employed workers get hands-on culinary instruction

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Project Localize in Omaha Expands to Three Schools

Project Localize in Omaha is an educational program that helps classrooms identify and promote sustainable economic, cultural and social progress in their communities. In Project Localize we work with schools to engage students in local foods discovery at school gardens and nearby farms. Students share what they find in their own voice through artistic photo collage and editing in collaboration

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