In an effort to teach children to cook, this initiative is trying to get mobile kitchens in every classroom. The Charlie Cart Project is a compact and portable kitchen that contains all the equipment kids need to learn how to cook. The kitchen on wheels will ensure youth learn a basic skill one third of adult Americans claim not to have.
Hoping a hands-on curriculum will teach children to cook, the Charlie Cart Project takes home economics courses to a new level. By providing the tiny kitchen carts, the initiative doesn't have to rely on schools installing their own kitchens. This is in an aim to make culinary education more accessible and eliminate barriers facilities and funds can create. Categorized into cooking, cleaning and preparation stations, the mobile mini kitchen will come in very handy.