We believe that healthier ways to eat, grow, and cook food should come from one another.
We believe that great potential lies in the vast cooking and gardening experiences of the older generations in the diverse Southeast Asian community.SEACA staff and community volunteers teach classes for cooking food dishes, living healthy, and gardening. We provide food and materials at no cost to members who participate in these classes.
Join us Tuesdays 4-6pm at Church of the Epiphany 2808 Altura St. Los Angeles, CA 90031
How it started
The idea to develop SEACA’s community health curriculum was created in response to a survey conducted in 2008 by SEACA students
Today, we welcome community members of all ages from Solano Canyon, Chinatown, and Lincoln Heights to join our project to promote better living!