New School Year Brings New Website

August 31, 2017 at 3:47 pm Leave a comment

After many busy and fruitful years on the Cooking Matters blog, we are happy to present to you a new and improved version. As the Cooking Matters program grew and technology advanced, we wanted to find something that was better suited to our needs. Luckily, a talented member of our Americorps team took on the challenge of building out and refining a website that had been on and off our priority list for a number of years.

We will no longer be monitoring or updating this site. If you have questions or concerns, please find us at the new www.cookingmattersmi.org !

This new website includes all of your old favorite pages, like the upcoming volunteers needed class list, a list of upcoming events and trainings, and the volunteer spotlights we feature in our newsletter. You can also find tons of new features, including:

If you have something you’d like to see added, let us know! We love to get feedback to improve our classes and resources.

Check out our new website today! Just visit www.cookingmattersmi.org. Thank you!

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Entry filed under: AmeriCorps, Cooking Matters, social media.

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