Food brings us together. It makes us human, nourishes us and lifts our spirit. Treehouse is brilliantly harnessing the power of food to help children in foster care, and local restaurants. Stir Up Some Love is a gift to our community. Let’s get cooking!
A smorgasbord of local chefs and their fantastic recipes.
An innovative fundraiser.
Neighbors helping neighbors.
US Congressman, Massachusetts's 2nd congressional district
Parent in the Treehouse Community and Member of Treehouse Foundation Board of Directors
I can’t wait to buy a series and learn how to cook from the best chefs around! My kids and I are going to be cooking some delicious food together while we lift up three generations of Treehouse neighbors.
Dr. Estevan Garcia
Chief Medical Officer, Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Treehouse Foundation Board President
Stir Up Some Love is such a great concept! Pure Treehouse. Shining a light on our region’s outstanding chefs, teaching us all how to cook and tapping into the generosity of folks who want to support their neighbors.
WRSI / The River
What better way to learn to cook than from these chefs in our community? Support them and the innovative work that the Treehouse Foundation does for foster kids at the same time! I’m glad I get to sample these fantastic dishes from the chefs. I’ll let you know how good they are!
Chef Amy McMahan
Food is community. I love that Treehouse uses the power of community to nurture kids and connect them with elders. My hope is to contribute food--a daily bread--to make and to share.
Chef Sanford D’Amato
Good Stock Farm
Family is strong, community plus family is stronger. If I can help the Treehouse children, community and mission by using my cooking skills, that for me is a gift.
Founder and Executive Director of Treehouse Foundation
I love the good energy that Stir Up Some Love brings to the Valley! It’s a win-win-win. Great for the restaurants, excellent for viewers and wonderful for Treehouse.
Chef Jeremy Werther
To me food is the ultimate human connection because everyone needs it. Being able to share my recipes and cooking style with people is the best way I can feel connected, and give back to my community.
Chef Neftalí Duran
Internationally known Indigenous food and cooking expert
I learned about Treehouse when they started the community in Easthampton in 2006, and today I’m glad to be supporting it. Supporting the generations that came before us is essential. People living in a community families and kids, all supporting each other, is a precious thing.
Chef Nicole Ortiz
Crave Food Truck
Treehouse is important to me because I have several family members that went through the foster care system. I’m glad to raise awareness and spark change locally that helps change the system.
We give thanks
We could never have pulled together Stir Up Some Love, partnering with dozens of inspiring chefs and their tireless staff, without the outpouring of generosity from our underwriters. To these fabulous and generous partners – we raise our glass to you.
Gracias. Merci. Shukraan. Thank you!
Andrea & Bob Bacon
Chia Collins & Michael Cohen
Estevan Garcia & William Sherr
Kate Kane & Craig Knowlton
Sarah Creighton & Phil Lawrence
Marina & Josh Goldman
Bill & Jane McGinnis
The Honorable Ellen Story
Marisa Labozzetta and Martin Wohl
Diane Loesch & Peter Jones
Sarah & Mark Mckusick
In the News
November 14, 2020
Belly of the Beast owner Jesse Hassinger talks with Coco & The Cellar Bar owner Roger Taylor
On-air interviews with Monte Belmonte, 93.9/WRSI The River
Cooking Demo with Chef Justin Mosher, Blue Heron Executive Chef
Cooking demo with Andrew Brow of HighBrow Wood Fired Kitchen & Bar