/Tag: 3SquaresVT Challenge
29 11, 2013

Ellen Wagner: Reflections on the 3SquaresVT Challenge

2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00

Ellen Wagner, the Administrative Services Coordinator at Twin City Subaru in Berlin, Vermont, took the 3SquaresVT Challenge from November 17-23.  Challenge participants were asked to live on the average 3SquaresVT benefit for one week, which, for a household of two, is $53.  She shared her reflections with us. Over the past week I have had [...]

Ellen Wagner: Reflections on the 3SquaresVT Challenge2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00
25 11, 2013

Howard Fisher: Reflections on the 3SquaresVT Challenge

2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00

Howard Fisher, who assisted the Vermont Foodbank in receiving accreditation for Community Kitchen Academy, recently participated in the 3SquaresVT Challenge.  Challenge participants were asked to live on the average 3SquaresVT benefit for one week, which, for an individual is $36.  He shared his reflections with us. In the daily blather, who stops to think about [...]

Howard Fisher: Reflections on the 3SquaresVT Challenge2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00
22 11, 2013

My 3SquaresVT Challenge, by John Sayles, Vermont Foodbank CEO

2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00

You know, I didn’t think the 3SquaresVT Challenge for me would be so much about eating for $1.72 a meal for 21 meals.  My wife is a terrific cook (and in fact writes a recipe blog for Farmers to You).  She creates delicious, nutritious dishes with the simplest of ingredients that she, my 10 year-old [...]

My 3SquaresVT Challenge, by John Sayles, Vermont Foodbank CEO2017-11-08T16:16:56-05:00