Hello Cambridge Community Kitchen Supporters!
As many of you know, we are coming into the last 3 weeks of our Kickstarter campaign. We are 77% of the way there, thanks to 152 individual supporters donating anything from $1 to $555! Well, we are looking to finish strong, and we need your help to do it. A few of you took advantage of the bonus 2 lbs of bacon last week, and this week, there is a whole new slew of incentives. If you donate or increase your donation to our kickstarter campaign this week, and this week alone, look for these special, bonus gifts in addition to the normal kickstarter gifts.
1) If you donate or increase your donation to over $111, you will get a PDF of CCK’s first mini cookbook. In the works now with the great design of Kairn Designs and our education team, it will have several awesome recipes for students and their families to make to get them into the kitchen.
2) If you donate or increase your donation to over $222, you will receive one pound of delicious bacon from culinary entrepreneurs (and CCK Board members) Dan Meyers and Matt Stein of Happy Pig Salumi.
3) If you donate or increase your donation to over $555, you can get yourself one week of Cuisine en Locale’s amazing Shared Food Program (http://metropedalpower.com/cuisine-en-locale), good for any time in the next year. Having experienced some of this food at board meetings, it is a truly awesome deal.
So, consider donating at any of these levels, or however much you feel inspired to give. We are getting closer and closer to our final goal, and your help, either personally or by sending along our information, will help us get there. This will bring us one much larger step closer to opening our doors and offering up classes and kitchen space to the Cambridge community and beyond!
Thank you so much, and keep abreast of updates on our blog, facebook, or twitter. If you have any questions, or are interested in contacting us, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
CCK Board of Directors
JJ Gonson, Sarah Martin, Dan Meyers, Matthew Stein, and Brianne Studer