Our First Post!
This is our very first blog post (The OG!) and we want to share all the exciting things we’ve been up to and are hoping to achieve with Kitty’s Kits.
For the past three weeks I’ve been in Portland, Oregon, working for a not for profit organisation trying to tackle food poverty in the city. Alongside teaching bread classes (using Kitty’s Kits) I have also been shadowing the CEO – who is basically real life Batman, learning the ropes to running a purpose driven organisation.
In the meantime Dad has been very busy, not just holding down the Bakery fort but also teaching our first Breaducator classes, these are for individuals (so far teachers and homeschoolers but open to everyone ) who want to go on and Breaducate others using a Free supply of Kitty’s Kits.
Bringing me on to the Kit’s! We now have a brilliant manufacturer, Wrights Flour mill, who are going to produce the kits for us, their flour is awesome just like the Father and son owners, David and James Wright. We have done an initial run of 1,000 which I hand labelled and almost already ran out of! Our next order is for 50,000 which Wrights have generously offered to help pay for - these guys really are awesome.
Training up Breaducators
Dad, as chief Breaducator and me as assistant, plan to host Free Breaducator classes every other week, to qualify you need no skills but just want to bring Breaducation to your community, we offer 3hr classes and a follow up zoom. If your interested get in touch!
In order to help pay for the first run of the Kits we will set up a crowdfunding link on kickstarter, any donation will be so appreciated, every Penny will help us give Free kits and bread classes to communities. Plus the rewards will be really fun! Like “Breaducate” aprons, Tees and bags- cause you can never have enough Totes.
One of the things we’re most passionate and excited about is all the endless baked possibilities you can make from the kits, we want to send them to different creative teams and individuals to see what they make and share their recipe.