Join the fun at the Food Shuttle! There are so many ways to get involved and give back:
PAR (Plant a Row) program: bring your home grown produce and we will get it out to people in need and use it in our Culinary Job Training Program
Farm and Gardens: We have got a teaching farm and 2 community gardens and we are always looking for volunteers to help out!
Healthy Cooking classes: Are you a chef, nutritonist, or just someone who loves food? We would love to have your help teaching our cooking-based nutrition education and container gardening classes!
This listing was last updated Jul 15, 2022
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