The S. Kitchen provides casual, fun, and interactive environments that celebrate cuisine, conversation, and camaraderie through potlucks for a cause. The application of this philosophy and service takes many malleable forms. Below is a list of services available for purchase from The S. Kitchen. They are meant as a guide as all services can and will be tailored for each unique client and partnership. All costs reflect the true cost of the service, which will not be reduced. If you cannot afford the true cost, bartering is encouraged to cover the difference between what you can afford and what it costs to run the services.

Cooking with Jason: Are you looking for a fun and casual cooking class that gets the creative juices flowing? Then, this is service is for you. Cooking with Jason is a two to six-hour class that teaches the basics of being creative in the kitchen. Whether you are a school with an industrial kitchen, a community center with only a microwave and a hot plate, or a budding cook who creates in your tiny studio apartment kitchen, The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, can make it work. He’s run cooking classes for community centers, coached educators on incorporating cooking into summer camps, and taught fledgling cooks out of his own home. And while you are cooking, Jason will help facilitate a conversation about a cause that matters to you. This service is best for after school programs, community and recreation centers, and activists and organizers looking for a new way to engage friends and colleagues about causes.

Cost: $400/2-hour class; $1000/6-hour class. Cost does not include food.

Gathering in The S. Kitchen: Are you looking for a casual setting with a gracious host for your next meeting, training, or gathering? Then, this service is bound to bring you ease of mind. The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, opens up his home and provides the space and grace to make your next event shine. This service comes complete with light refreshments, a host who will take care of all your needs, and a comfortable apartment that seats 10-15 comfortably. Amenities include beverage service, television with DVD and blue-ray player, Wii, projector, a yard, and plates, silver-ware, and cups. This service is ideal for board meetings, donor cultivation events, staff retreats, and book clubs.

Cost: $50/hour. Cost does not include facilitation support, agenda planning, or meal costs. All of those additional services are available for an additional fee.

A Day of Rejuvenation and Self-Care: Do work and life have you and your friends and/or colleagues stressed and burnt-out? Then, this service is perfect to bring you back to center. A Day of Rejuvenation and Self-Care is a two-hour to a full day personal and professional development workshop that is sure to renew your passions. The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, has over six years experience providing rejuvenation and self-care classes to youth workers, artists, activists, and teachers. Incorporating values clarification, literary and visual arts, movement, mindfulness, and a shared meal, A Day of Rejuvenation and Self-Care is an interfaith and multi-cultural approach to practicing intentionality. This service is ideal for professionals in high-stress industries such as youth development, education, public health, technology, change management, and media.

Cost: $400/2-hour workshop; $2000/whole-day retreat. Cost does not include supplies or food.

Cultivation The S. Kitchen Way: Do you need a new way to engage donors, constituents, or clients? Then, let The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, help you learn the ins and outs of Cultivation The S. Kitchen Way. Based on donor cultivation training he received and implemented while on the board of Streetside Stories, a decade of work in public schools engaging youth and families in education reform, over five years of field building in the after school and youth development sectors, and a passion for community building, Jason brings a unique approach to cultivating donors, constituents, and clients that embraces the power of the personal story over a shared meal to inspire action. This service is ideal for non-profits and business looking for an informal strategy to engage donors, constituents, and clients. It is not a service to replace fundraising.
Cost: $200 for two coaching/consulting hours. Cost does not include implementation of cultivation strategies, which is available for purchase.

The Utensil Drawer: Do you need some tools and resources for your program, organization, or business? Then, let The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, sit down with you over a cup of coffee or tea and some light snacks to listen to your needs and find the tools and resources perfect for you. Jason is a whiz when it comes to finding the perfect tools and connections just for you. With over 13 years in San Francisco, he knows the people and organizations that make the Bay Area tick. This service is ideal for institutions, organizations and businesses that are looking need a little community support to achieve their goals.

Cost: $100/session. Sessions include a 30-minute in-person meeting and 30 minutes of resource and/or tool identification and/or development.

The S. Kitchen Sink: Don’t see a service you are looking for and interested potlucks for a cause? The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman, is always open to new ideas that blend cuisine, conversation, and camaraderie into innovative forms. Whether it is creating a professional and workforce development training, an intergenerational dialogue program, or new applications of arts education practices, Jason can help connect the dots and pull together a proposal. This service is ideal for anyone interested in innovative ways to bring cuisine, conversation and camaraderie to new and old audiences alike.
Cost: One 30-minute brainstorming session for FREE. This does not include the cost of whatever proposal is developed.

About The S. Kitchen Catalyst, Jason Wyman
Catalyst Jason Wyman is life-long educator, writer, learner, organizer, and performer. He finds spaces between things and then creates plans to support their connection. He has helped professionalize youth development, built networks of youth workers, educators, and teaching artists, developed learning models based on peer exchange and shared expertise, and fostered community rooted in social justice, creativity, and laughter. His passion is cooking and in 2010 he merged his 15 plus years in community organization with his love of food to create The S. Kitchen to reinvent cuisine, conversation, and camaraderie.