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Fundraising and Outreach Volunteer

Posted in Blog, Job Opportunities on Thursday, October 10th, 2019

Food Shift is looking for an energetic, social media savvy, highly organized, and collaborative individual to help us carry out a successful crowdfunding campaign. This person will work closely with Food Shift’s other crowdfunding interns to support the campaign. The

Volunteer Opportunity: Social Media Volunteer

Posted in Blog, Job Opportunities on Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

Day to Day Responsibilities:  Use Buffer to manage content flow and scheduled release.  Post or schedule 1-2 posts to Facebook every week day, and have at least 1 post scheduled to drop over the weekend.  Post or schedule 1-3 Tweets

Call for Kitchen Supplies Donations!

Posted in Blog on Monday, September 9th, 2019

We’ve been churning out food in The Food Shift Kitchen, and we need a re-stock on some key supplies. Can you donate any of the following items? CONTACT: audrey@foodshift.net. If you don’t have the item itself, we also appreciate monetary

Volunteer Opportunity: Webmaster

Posted in Blog, Job Opportunities on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

Summary Food Shift is looking for an independent and enthusiastic person to join our volunteer team to provide web support. Some of the common tasks involved include custom template creation, implementing new features on the site alongside the design team,

The Future of Food Shift: A Letter from Our Executive Director

Posted in Articles, Blog, In the Media, Newsletter on Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

Dear Food Shift Community, After dedicating much of my life over the past eight years to Food Shift, I want you to be among the first to know of my decision to transition out of my role as Executive Director

Stories from the Kitchen: Meet Our Kitchen Apprentices

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Posted in Articles, Blog, Newsletter on Thursday, June 6th, 2019

CeCe CeCe joined the The Food Shift Kitchen apprenticeship because she decided it was high time to get more familiar with an actual kitchen. She had always loved to eat, yet even as a single mom she had never really