New York, NY, April 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Women in Need, Inc., and Nourishing USA are pleased to announce Community Healthy Eating and Nutrition Classes for those in-need in April 2011. In response to the scarcity of nutrition education within parts of New York City, Nourishing USA and Women in Need, Inc., will be offering a nutrition class free to those in-need on April 6th to help families and individuals that suffer disproportionately from poverty, obesity, and diabetes.
On April 6th, Nourishing USA will be sending nutrition volunteers to Women in Need, Inc. The goal of the day is to teach women and families how to use local and inexpensive resources to improve their overall nutrition. The program will focus on the use of fresh fruits and vegetables that can be grown locally and how to prepare them to reduce instances of obesity and diabetes as well as to use familiar foods such as quesadillas and make them healthy.
“We have been teaching healthy eating classes for about three years, and have gotten a wonderful reception and great results. We could not be more pleased to partner with Women in Need to expand the people we will reach,” says Nourishing USA CFO, Scott Keatley.
To be a part of these great events, sponsor a class, or to get more details go to http://www.nourishingusa.org/ or mail us at 419 Lafayette Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003.
Nourishing USAs mission is to alleviate the strong correlation between low-income status and poor dietary health. Nourishing USA provides nutritious meals and nutritional educational without question and without criticism. Anyone is welcome regardless of age, sex, race, financial qualifications, or religious beliefs. Nourishing USA was opened in 2008 to address deprived nutrition, poor health and hunger - large issues facing poverty-stricken communities in New York City. At Nourishing USA, we strive to achieve the mission of “Nutrition for All” through a three-pronged approach of feed, educate and advocate.
Women In Need provides housing, help and hope to New York City women and their families who are homeless and disadvantaged. Through comprehensive programs such as shelter, supportive permanent housing, job training, domestic violence services, alcohol and substance abuse treatment and childcare, WIN offers the tools and guidance which allow our families to return to their communities and live independently.