Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund
The Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund was created to honor and further the legacy of Ken Honeywell, a long-time volunteer and relentless supporter of Second Helpings. Ken is also the founder of Tonic Ball, Second Helpings’ biggest annual fundraiser. The fund was started by people who admire Ken’s mission to support the organization while helping provide everyone in Indianapolis with nutritious, healthy meals—especially those who are most vulnerable.
Ken loves to cook. He’s also a big believer in the power of education. That’s why the Ken Honeywell Continuing Education Fund will exclusively support Second Helpings’ culinary training program, which helps underserved people in our community get the skills they need to thrive in the culinary industry.
This type of fund is the first of its kind for Second Helpings and will provide expanded continuing education opportunities for graduates of the Culinary Job Training program, like subsidizing advanced kitchen skills courses, providing scholarships for culinary classes at Ivy Tech, and allocating capital to help secure internships in the service industry throughout Indianapolis.