Join the Detroit Food & Fitness Collaborative
Detroit Food & Fitness Collaborative is always looking for new members for our work groups. If you and your organization can contribute to our work around policy and systems change, please contact a work group chair or co-chair:
Active Living Work Group
Todd Scott, Detroit Greenways Coalition, email@example.com, 248-808-1158
Food Systems Work Group
Winona Bynum, Detroit Food Policy Council, firstname.lastname@example.org, 313-833-0396.
Schools Work Group
Betti Wiggins, Office of School Nutrition, Detroit Public Schools, email@example.com.
Health Care Work Group
Kathryn Savoie, Ecology Center, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer with a Member Organization
To post a volunteer opportunity, please email information to email@example.com. Provide name, date and time of volunteer opportunity, brief description of activity and/or special skills needed, and contact information.
Chef and Nutrition Educators for Cooking Matters™ Program
Share Our Strength’s national Cooking Matters™ program, administered locally by Gleaners Community Food Bank, needs enthusiastic chef and nutrition educators to help teach and facilitate classes, which are two hours a week for six weeks. We are looking for chefs, cooks, culinary students, dietitians and dietetic students to share their expertise and knowledge with the community. Time commitment is minimal and the experience is very rewarding. This is great opportunity for anyone interested in providing basic cooking and nutrition information to those who need it most. For more information please check out our blog or contact volunteer coordinator Rebecca Blauw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fight Hunger through Making Clay Bowls (children only)
School age participants (ages 5 – 17) tour Gleaners’ Detroit headquarters, learn about hunger in our community, and then make one clay bowl for themselves and one clay bowl to raise money to help feed our hungry neighbors. Contact Pertrine Rambus, email@example.com, 866-GLEANER, ext. 231