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CK-Annual Report 2018

CK-Annual Report 2018

201 8 C ATALYS T KITCH ENS

ANNUAL REPORT

CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 1

DEAR FRIENDS

Thank you for another fantastic year of progress against our Although our members work tirelessly with individuals to mitigate
shared goal of transforming lives through hands-on job and life barriers to employment, we acknowledge that some barriers are
skills training fueled by food, community and social enterprise. systemic.
As a network, we have every reason to celebrate our cumulative That is why Catalyst Kitchens remains committed to working with the
collective impact and the efficacy of our shared model. Through network to address root causes of poverty, so that every individual we
2018, our members have trained over 23,000 individuals serve can find their own sense of agency and thrive both socially and
experiencing poverty and connected over 12,000 with jobs, economically.
contributed $280 million back into the economy through social Sincerely,
enterprise and provided 64 million meals to communities in need.
On average, 70% of program graduates are maintaining jobs and Renee Martin Angela Dunleavy Stowell
there is evidence of wage progression over the course of the first Director of Chief Executive Officer
year of employment. To build on these impactful results, there are Catalyst Kitchens of FareStart
a handful of key trends and initiatives worth noting.
With a high unmet demand for labor, employers are increasingly ABOUT US
interested in partnering locally with member programs and
nationally with Catalyst Kitchens to hire talent. In 2018 we piloted Catalyst Kitchens is a FareStart initiative designed to support
new partnerships with national employers in key markets, which nonprofit organizations that provide pathways to jobs through
have expanded into 2019. a food service job training model.
As a peer-learning and capacity-building initiative, Catalyst Catalyst Kitchens supports programs that empower individuals
Kitchens continues to find new ways of offering professional to achieve success through job training rooted in foodservice
development opportunities for staff at member organizations. In social enterprise.
2018, we co-hosted our National Summit with Feeding America, Stronger together, we make a collective impact on poverty,
offered two Regional Summits, and piloted a Train-the-Trainer and joblessness, and hunger.
101 Workshop offering.
Support from the Tableau Foundation has provided Catalyst CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 2
Kitchens with increased data-driven insight and the ability
to set national impact standards through benchmarking
for our members. For the first time in 2018, we captured
participant demographics. We know that people of color are
disproportionately impacted by poverty and this is reflected in
who we serve.

HOW WE WORK

CONSULTING
Through our consulting offerings
we design, launch, and enhance
job training social enterprises
that help people develop skills for
a life-changing career.

MEMBERSHIP
We sustain and grow programs
through a membership network
that increases local impact.

There are an estimated

9.6 million
people

in the United States that are
not working because they face
barriers to employment.
Our member organizations have
helped to place over

12,000 people

in jobs since 2011.
CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 3

WE SERVE A DIVERSE PROGRAM
MIX OF NONPROFITS SNAPSHOT

Food banks Advocacy groups 40
Social service agencies Start-up non-profits
Homeless shelters Youth development organizations median number of people trained annually
Faith-based organizations After school programs
13 weeks

median program length

TOP 3 ENTERPRISE
TYPES

74%

catering and specialty foods

58%

restaurants and cafés

55%

meal delivery to schools, shelters,
senior homes
CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 4

In 2018, there were

65

Catalyst Kitchens members across

32 states and
55 communities

MODEL
MEMBER

MEMBER

WHO IS IMPACTED? BARRIERS TO EMPLOYMENT

48% 29% 13% 3% 2% 3% Homelessness 43%
Black/African American American Indian Mental Health 37%
White Latinx Asian Not Reported Returning Citizens 36%

50% 48% 2% In Recovery 35%
61% Transgender No Job History 32%
Female Male New Americans 7%
25+ years old
39% Veteran 4%
16-24 years old

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COLLECTIVE IMPACT IN 2018 The average graduate

EMPLOYMENT WAGE GROWTH earned 135%

of local minimum wage
after 12 months

FOOD INSECURITY

2,128 individuals The average graduate saw a 75%

placed in jobs 7.5% increase of member organizations
serve meals to the hungry
73% in wages after first year on the job
Resulting in
job retention 6 months later
6 million meals

served to the community

CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 6

OUR WORK IN 2018 We engaged

TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL 121 different
ASSISTANCE DEVELOPMENT
non-profits

PROGRAM
VALIDATION

We prepared to launch We organized We gathered collective impact data for

5 new 11 trainings 42 member
organizations
food service job training programs across both virtual and in-person, reaching
our network including
327 professionals
We prepared 16 organizations
from non-profit organizations
7 existing programs at Model Member Status

to expand and increase their impact

CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 7

2018 HIGHLIGHTS

NATIONAL SUMMIT

On September 5-7, 2018 the CK² National Summit brought together the Catalyst Kitchens
and Feeding America communities to engage in dialogue around the root causes of hunger
and joblessness and explore the role of culinary job training as a tool to break the cycle of
poverty. We convened 172 people from 40 Catalyst Kitchens member organizations and 29
Feeding America Community Kitchens. Our summit focused on the shared goal of training
students for employment in the foodservice industry. Our 48 presenters led over 25 hours
of curated content.

TRAIN THE
TRAINER
WORKSHOP

Our Train the Trainer workshops
are designed for student trainers
and program staff to engage
students from day one by creating
a strong culture of learning
in the kitchen and classroom.
This workshop gives chefs and
frontline instructors the tools and
techniques to effectively coach,
teach, and provide critical feedback
to their training populations. We
trained 22 professionals from 17
member programs during our two
workshops in 2018.

CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 8

THE FOODSERVICE JOB TRAINING
PROGRAMS 101 WORKSHOP

Our Foodservice Job Training Programs 101 Workshop is an up-close learning experience
with a host organization to give participants a behind-the-scenes look inside an
established program model and what makes it successful. This two-day workshop inspires
participants to explore how the world of foodservice job training social enterprise can make
transformational impact in their local communities. We piloted our first 101 Workshop in
April 2018 with representatives from three member organizations.

CATALYST FOR
CHANGE AWARD

This year we are thrilled to recognize
Jeru Gobeze, Café & Training Program
Manager at Fresh Grounds by RS
EDEN in St. Paul, Minnesota. Jeru has
been with Fresh Grounds for close to
four years and is a leader in teaching
young adults to master barista skills,
improve customer service, and create
success in the workplace. Jeru does a
little bit of everything at Fresh Grounds,
providing 1:1 training support for
students and managing the café’s sales
and revenue targets. In 2018, Jeru led
the café to double catering sales while
also working to enhance social justice
principles with affirmative action hiring,
raising starting wages, and ensuring an
inclusive café environment.
CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 9

OUR FINANCIALS

REVENUE

5%

53% 24% 2018 REVENUE $ 139,639.00
Member Dues $ 170,141.00
self-generated Member Dues Consulting Fees $ 243,071.00
revenue Consulting Fees Private Fundraising $ 30,307.00
Private Fundraising In-Kind Contributions
42% 29% In-Kind Contributions

EXPENSES 25% Launching and Scaling 2018 EXPENSES $ 145,790.00
Programs Launching and Scaling
10% Programs
10%
Member Network Support Member Network $ 233,263.00
15% Impact Measurement Support $ 87,474.00
Impact Measurement

Community Outreach Community Outreach $ 58,316.00
40% General Administration $ 58,316.00

General Administration

CATALYST KITCHENS 2018 ANNUAL REPORT | 10

THANK YOU A VERY SPECIAL
THANKS TO OUR DONORS

We would like to acknowledge
our Member Advisory Council
representatives for their contributions
to our collective mission.

Andy Finke Tammy Johnson Including Karen & Paul Menzel
Lyn Tangen & Dick Barbieri
Chief Operating Officer, D.C. Executive Director, Anonymous Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust
Central Kitchen Life’s Kitchen Denise M. Anderson
Bruce T. Burger
Jeff Bacon Nancy Brumbaugh
And preferred vendors
Executive Chef and Director, Director of Food Service,
Providence Second Harvest Food Bank Starbucks, Mercer Cutlery, CDN, Component Hardware Group, KNG,
of Central Florida National Restaurant Association, and Social Enterprise Alliance.
Julie Price
Steve Brooder AND OUR NATIONAL PARTNERS
Vice President/Programs
and Mission Based Enterprises, Executive Vice President,
Arc Culinary St. Matthews House

Dennis Bagneris Jen Flanagan

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, Community
Liberty’s Kitchen Kitchen Pittsburgh

Paul Fordham Tim Regan

Deputy Director, Executive Director,
Homeward Bound of Marin Maryland Food Bank

Dina Altieri Michelle McDaniel

Director of Workforce Chief Mission & Enterprise
Development, UMOM Officer, FareStart
New Day Centers
Member Photo Credits: Cover, Community Kitchens Pittsburgh; p. 3 & 6, DC Central
Kitchen, Life’s Kitchen, p. 8, Catalyst Kitchens, FareStart, p. 9. RS Eden

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700 Virginia Street
Seattle WA 98101
206-787-1539

[email protected]
www.catalystkitchens.org  

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