The Food Project is currently accepting applications for a Regional Director in the Greater Boston region. Successful applicants will have experience managing teams in complex work, a deep commitment to working with young people, knowledge of food systems and food justice issues, and experience working in and/or with the Roxbury and Dorchester communities is strongly preferred. To learn more and apply, visit link in bio.
The countdown begins, Seed Crew applications are due a week from tomorrow! If you know any 14-17 year-olds looking to make friends, get paid, make a difference in their communities, and have an unforgettable summer, encourage them to apply today via link in bio. Please share!
For this year's Big Shindig, we're inspired by The Food Project's founding words, "for love of land and people." Dirt Crew Peer Leader Chelsea P. shared that, to her, loving land and people means "fighting towards creating a just world." What does loving land and people mean to you?
Thanks to sponsors Annalisa and Dino Di Palma for helping to make #BigShindig2019 possible. For more info on the event or to become a sponsor, visit thefoodproject.org/bigshindig
Today is National #CSADay! Show your support for local food, youth leaders, and healthy communities by signing up for a share from The Food Project. Get yours today via link in bio.
Save the Date for The Food Project's Big Shindig, Thursday May 2, 2019! Join us for an evening of celebration, youth storytelling, delicious food, and unique auction experiences. A special thanks to presenting sponsors Bank of America and Linda and Bill McQuillan. For more information or to become a sponsor, visit link in bio.
Oh snap! Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. It’s not too late to share peas and love with the gift of a CSA from The Food Project. You’ll get 20 weeks of freshly harvested produce, give 120 teens an opportunity to learn about food and social justice, and grow a world where everyone has access to fresh, healthy food. Buy yours now via link in bio.
Know any 14-17 year-olds looking to have an unforgettable summer experience? Encourage them to apply to The Food Project's Seed Crew! Seed Crew is an opportunity to make friends, get paid, learn about food and social justice, and have fun. For more information and to apply, visit link in bio.
On Saturday we wrapped up our second Winter Institute after three days of dynamic youth-led workshops and engaging conversation around youth leadership and food justice. We're inspired by the the great work of our passionate participants and excited to watch them grow. A special thanks to Harvard Pilgrim Health Care for their generous sponsorship.
To learn more about The Food Project's Institutes, visit link in bio.
This Valentine’s Day, skip the roses and buy someone you love (or yourself!) a berry sweet gift with a CSA share from The Food Project! They'll get 20 weeks of fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers and fruits, give 120 teens an opportunity to learn about food and social justice, and grow a world where everyone has access to fresh, healthy food. Purchase yours today via link in profile.
A great kick-off to our second Winter Institute this morning with a warm welcome from Karen Voci, President of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, and a dynamic presentation on volunteer engagement from Janelle Woods-McNish, the Foundation’s Director of Service and Giving. We look forward to the next few days with this great group. Thanks to Harvard Pilgrim for their generous sponsorship.