Become A Facilitator

Keen to Become a Facilitator?

    In just 4 steps we will show you how Country Kitchens can take you on a journey to making your communities healthier.

Would you like to impress friends with how cooking at home can be such a fun activity? Are you sometimes thinking that connecting with women can result in amazing things if only we could get together?

Did you also know that our children are getting nearly half (just over 40%) of their daily calories or energy from foods OUTSIDE the home!

After working with many of QCWA’s talent we have figured out a way to make healthy food taste awesome.

Our participants have told us that “country kitchens was the best fun I have had with food in a long time”, “healthy food can taste good”, “the QCWA are doing an amazing job rolling out the country kitchens program”.

We are only phone call away or drop us a line by emailing or send us a message on facebook.

Thanks for volunteering, You’re awesome!

Meet some of our QCWA Country Kitchens Facilitators below:

 To learn more about our featured facilitators, please click here for our featured facilitators below.

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Janelle Reeves
– Gympie South Burnett Division, Kingaroy Branch.

Janelle Reeves

As a new member of the QCWA Gympie South Burnett Division Branch, Janelle Reeves joined her love of cooking and putting a healthy spin on old recipes with the Country Kitchens Program.

Raymonda Hall
– Central Highlands Division, Blackwater Branch.

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The program offers ways of introducing healthier food options for QCWA branches. And I saw it as a great opportunity for younger people to get involved in the QCWA and possibility become members. Click here to read Raymonda’s insights.

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