HSC Welcomes Cooking up Change National Honorary Co-Chairs Amy Rule and Christopher Kennedy

November 01, 2012 | Written By:

is thrilled to announce that Amy Rule and Christopher G. Kennedy will
join Karen Duncan as this year’s National Honorary Co-Chairs of Cooking
up Change. These wonderful leaders bring a unique and powerful voice to
promoting healthy eating for all students.

We extend a heartfelt welcome to Amy Rule and Chris Kennedy, and sincere thanks to Karen Duncan for her continued support!

Hear directly from our National Honorary Co-Chairs about why they support Cooking up Change:


“Healthy students are better prepared to learn. From the kitchen to the classroom, Cooking up Change empowers students to take an active role in their health and wellness. I congratulate them and look forward to seeing the results of their hard work.”
Amy Rule, National Honorary Co-Chair of Cooking up Change, First Lady of the City of Chicago


Chris-Kennedy“I’m proud to partner with the students of Cooking up Change in the fight against hunger and malnutrition. I admire their dedication and passion to bring that fight directly into their schools and make a difference in their own lives and their fellow students’ lives. More nutritious and more affordable groceries and meal options are the focus of Top Box Foods as well, and together we will reach more people through churches, community organizations and schools. These students are a great example of how every individual can be a part of the solution in the epidemic of hunger.”

Christopher G. Kennedy, National Honorary Co-Chair of Cooking up Change, Founder, Top Box Foods

Karen-Duncan“Everybody finds something they care about doing in life, something that empowers them and brings out their talent. I completely admire that these students have found such passion, creativity and vision for making good food. I thank them for focusing this talent on school food in particular. I am happy to be working with these students in Cooking up Change to help make their vision for school food a reality in their schools and in schools across the nation.”

Karen Duncan, National Honorary Co-Chair of Cooking up Change, Wife of Secretary of Education Arne Duncan


Thank you to our wonderful National Honorary Co-Chairs!

Friday, November 9, HSC will launch our 2012-13 Cooking up Change
season with our flagship Chicago contest and benefit! We invite you to
learn more and purchase tickets online at www.cookingupchange.org.

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