GRAND PRIZE WINNER
A note from Jonathan Toews
Want a trip to Chicago? Or if you win and already live here, even better. But no matter who wins - we’ll get you and a friend to The Blackhawks morning skate and have lunch together after we wrap up. We’ll also have a car service pick you up before that night’s game, get you some great seats, and then we’ll meet up again to take pictures after the game in the locker room.
All it takes to enter is a $10 donation to The Kitchen Community, to help provide healthy meals to kids across the country.
But you can donate more to get extra entries and extra rewards - t-shirts, signed pucks, or you can even donate to come ride the Zamboni during a game!
Thanks for checking out my campaign… and Go Blackhawks!
About The Kitchen Community
The Kitchen Community CEO and co-founder Kimbal Musk is an entrepreneur, restaurateur, and the father of three children who have always had access to a school garden. He’s been involved with the school garden movement for over a decade and has seen firsthand the way school gardens can help kids increase their preference for nutritious foods, develop healthier responses to stress, and improve their academic performance.
Recognizing that the school environment is uniquely positioned to catalyze longterm change, and unsatisfied with the rate of adoption of traditional school gardens, Kimbal co-founded The Kitchen Community in order to create a replicable, scalable school garden solution.
We currently reach nearly 100,000 students around the country each day, and now seek to accelerate our growth and deepen our impact by expanding our Learning Gardens and programming to ten total regions by 2020, reaching 1,000,000 students in 1,000 schools.