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community roots conference

  • Subject: [cg] community roots conference
  • From: Monica Murphy <monica@tacaa.org> (by way of Sally McCabe)
  • Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 11:40:47 -0400

My name is Monica Murphy.  Our agency, the Texas Asso. for Community Action
Agencies (TACAA)
administers several anti-hunger programs, including Share Our Surplus.
For this program, we solicit donations or surplus produce from TX
farmers for distribution to area food assistance agencies.  Right now,
the program thrives mainly in the Rio Grande Valley; however, we'd like
to expand by creating and implementing gleaning projects in other parts
of the state.

Would like to possibly organize groups of volunteers to
do gleaning projects- highschool or university students, or possibly
Americorps/VISTA volunteers.

Not sure exactly where to begin and we're looking for some concrete info
on the logistics of actually starting such a program with teenagers.

Warm regards,
Monica Murphy

tel;work:(512) 462-2555
org:Texas Association of Community Action Agencies
title:Program Specialist
fn:Monica Murphy

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