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Louisville “Flash Auction”
For our annual fundraiser at the IACP conference in Louisville, we’ve put together a “flash auction.” The event is completely sold out, so if you’re one of the lucky ticket holders, you’ll be able to bid directly on the night. You can also bid as an absentee bidder! Simply fill out this form by no later […]
Want to change the world? The Pacific Food Studies Op-Ed Fellowship
How can you use your voice to change the world? The Pacific Food Studies Op-Ed Fellowship is a national initiative to increase the diversity of voices among thought leaders in Op-Ed Food Media. It’s specifically designed to cultivate voices from underrepresented communities. Are you passionate about food issues and want your voice to be heard? […]
Announcing ‘Telling Immigrant Food Stories’ workshop in NYC April 28-30th
The Culinary Trust is delighted to announce that it will once again work with the award-winning producers behind Food in 2 Worlds to offer a second installment of the workshop, “Telling Immigrant Food Stories.” The program will be held April 28-30th once again at The New School in New York City. The food journalism workshop is designed to […]
About The Culinary Trust
The Culinary Trust funds individual grants, internships and training for food writers covering important topics in food. We also support creative solution-driven programs in the fight against hunger via our Richard Sax Food Action Grants.
The Culinary Trust started its corporate life on February 7, 1984 under the name Cooking Advancement Research and Education Foundation (CAREF). Its first Trustees were the late Julia Child, CCP, Shirley Corriher, CCP, and Marlene Sorosky, CCP. CAREF was a charitable foundation formed to support research and education in the broad fields of culinary studies, whether from a scientific, literary or practical standpoint. Among CAREF’s significant accomplishments was providing scholarships for culinary education and grants for culinary research at a time when the culinary field was emerging from its popular perception as a trade to its current status as a profession.