ACCIS FOOD-BASED HOME PROJECT
Empowering Women, Nourishing Communities
About the Project
The Food-Based Home project, a pivotal component of our Women Empowerment Program, offers entrepreneurial opportunities for women to establish and operate home-based catering businesses. Here's a snapshot of the project's essence:
Goals and Impact:
Objective: To provide economic opportunities for women, especially refugees and immigrants, supporting their wellbeing as they integrate into the community.
Benefits: Fosters economic empowerment, cultural exchange, and community bonds. Additionally, it promotes a healthier lifestyle by offering access to homemade, nutritious food.
Why Food-Based Home Project?
Empowerment: Enables women to earn a living by preparing and catering homemade meals, contributing to family support and introducing Middle Eastern cuisine to the community.
Authenticity: Customers enjoy delicious and authentic homemade dishes crafted by skilled women, offering a taste of Middle Eastern culinary traditions.
Health and Safety Focus: ACCIS prioritizes the health and safety of Californians by providing workshops on creating a home-based business. This includes guidance on obtaining necessary food permits and complying with health and safety codes.
Support: We assist participants throughout the application process, offer translated materials for diverse communities, and provide guidance on Food Safety Education to meet California Health and Safety Code requirements.
Access to Events: Those obtaining permits can participate in various community events, food booths, festivals, and seasonal operations, enhancing economic opportunities and community engagement.