Adrienne has spent the day at the Food Futures Workshop at the IDEO.org office in New York City. The workshop is sponsored by the UN World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator and is focused on generating ideas for urban food security in Daar Es Salaam.
Leah’s Pantry had a blast supporting youth from the ArtsTech Academy at University City High School with the production of an EatFresh.org video this week. One of the students had never cooked anything in his life; he was proud of himself, and genuinely shocked that the Corn, Blueberry and Wild Rice salad tasted good!
Ruthi, who is 8 months pregnant(!!), spoke and tabled at the Sacramento Food Bank Agency Conference. As a panelist on Safe & Nutritious Food as a Human Right session, she shared about client-centered, trauma-informed nutrition security. We were thrilled by the high interest in NPP.
Join us and the San Diego Food Systems Alliance for a day of education, social impact & advocacy! Hear from leaders in the food waste and hunger community and join the discussion on opportunities for change at the September 25th Food Waste Solutions Summit IV. For more information and registration visit: http://www.sdfsa.org/sept-25th-food-waste-solution-summit-iv/
Leah’s Pantry participated in the “Road to Resilience” conference put on by Just In Time for Foster Youth this past Saturday. Ninety foster youth and adult coaches gathered for a day of workshops on resilience. Leah’s Pantry presented a workshop called “Mindful Eating: Eat Guilt Free and Save Money.” This interactive workshop tackled some tough […]
Our EatFresh.org Spiced Trail Mix station was a hit at the Potrero Back to School Event. (Though, there were very few young brave souls who dared experiment with the spices.) This was our third year participating in the health fair. Special thanks to our intern, Sydney, for her help. She is an incredible steward for […]