For Network Partners
Your relationship with the Vermont Foodbank is very important to us. That's why we've designed this portion of our website with you in mind. Visit us here on a regular basis for news about other Network Partners or to learn what's happening at the Foodbank.
If you have any questions while navigating the website, please contact Joe Dauscher at 802-477-4106 or email@example.com. For assistance with online ordering, please contact Jen Hutchinson at 802-477-4126 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t ordered turkeys for the 2014 holiday season, please fill out the Turkey Agreement Form and return it to the Vermont Foodbank. Turkeys arrive in October so you still have time. We have extended the date-to-order until October 6, 2014.
Become a Network Partner
In partnering with the Vermont Foodbank, approved Network Partners become part of a statewide affiliation with Vermont’s only food bank as well as becoming a part of Feeding America. There are many benefits to becoming a Network Partner, including grant opportunities, training and technical assistance, participation in the cooperative buying program, publicity and media support, and participation in nationally recognized programs. Click here for more information on becoming a Network Partner.
For Network Partners
The Vermont Foodbank offers resources and workshops to assist Network Partners (NPs) in serving the needs of their communities. The workshops range from ServSafe to volunteer management to grant writing. Workshops are free for NPs unless otherwise noted. Registration is required and the complete list of workshops can be found in our Course Catalog.
Would you like to connect/network with other organizations doing similar work in your region? Then join us at one of the Regional Network Meetings for Vermont Foodbank Network Partners. Meetings are scheduled in March and early April around the state at six locations. Email Joe Dauscher if you would like to attend.
Hunger Action Conference
The annual Hunger Action Conference, held in May, is an opportunity for network partners, activists, legislators and concerned citizens to gather, network, take advantage of professional development opportunities, and to discuss the status of hunger in Vermont. Updates are made to the Hunger Action Conference webpage throughout the year, including new ways to connect and keep the conversation going!
Each day the Vermont Foodbank works to end hunger by distributing millions of pounds of food to Vermonters in need. We also address the issues of hunger and poverty by advocating with and for those experiencing hunger in Vermont. There are events throughout the year that help us raise awareness about hunger in Vermont, including Hunger Awareness Day in February, the Hunger Action Conference in May, and Hunger Action Month in September.