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Fwd: grants available for school foodservice sites

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: grants available for school foodservice sites
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 11:54:11 EST

Friends,

This from Hope Norman Coulter, director of the Little Rock based Arkansas Hunger Coalition and longtime friend and ally of community gardens in her city, state and throughout the USA.

Adam Honigman
Volunteer,
Clinton Community Garden


Subj: grants available for school foodservice sites
Date: 12/19/03 11:07:23 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: arhunger@COMCAST.NET
Reply-to: ARKANSAS_FOOD_SECURITY_NETWORK@LISTS.WHATHELPS.COM
To: ARKANSAS_FOOD_SECURITY_NETWORK@LISTS.WHATHELPS.COM
Sent from the Internet



$10,000 Grants Available for
Nourishing Bodies and Souls


December 4, 2003 - The Child Nutrition Foundation and ASFSA are working together to provide $10,000 mini-grants for School Community Kitchens. These programs nourish the bodies, but also the minds and the souls of everyone involved. School Community Kitchens address the following goals:


Increasing job-training opportunities for low-income individuals in foodservice
Addressing labor shortages in child nutrition programs
Raising awareness of hunger in the community
Utilizing food recovery to produce meals for hungry children and adults
Providing volunteer opportunities for students, parents, teachers or other community members. The next grant deadline is February 27, 2004. To learn more about School Community Kitchens and download the grant application, see http://www.asfsa.org/morethanschoolmeals/communitykitchens/news/rfa0402.doc or go to http://www.asfsa.org/morethanschoolmeals/communitykitchens/news/promo1203.asp and look under Related Links.

 





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  • Subject: grants available for school foodservice sites
  • From: Hope Coulter arhunger@COMCAST.NET
  • Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2003 10:06:49 -0600
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$10,000 Grants Available for
Nourishing Bodies and Souls

December 4, 2003 - The Child Nutrition Foundation and ASFSA are working together to provide $10,000 mini-grants for School Community Kitchens. These programs nourish the bodies, but also the minds and the souls of everyone involved. School Community Kitchens address the following goals:

  • Increasing job-training opportunities for low-income individuals in foodservice
  • Addressing labor shortages in child nutrition programs
  • Raising awareness of hunger in the community
  • Utilizing food recovery to produce meals for hungry children and adults
  • Providing volunteer opportunities for students, parents, teachers or other community members.

The next grant deadline is February 27, 2004. To learn more about School Community Kitchens and download the grant application, see http://www.asfsa.org/morethanschoolmeals/communitykitchens/news/rfa0402.doc or go to http://www.asfsa.org/morethanschoolmeals/communitykitchens/news/promo1203.asp and look under Related Links.

 

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