/Tag: Putney Foodshelf
16 09, 2015

Volunteer Profile: Lani Wharton

2017-11-08T16:15:57-04:00

Lani has been a huge asset to our gleaning program. Not only does she volunteer regularly in the fields, she is also a great advocate for us in the community. Genna Williams, our Gleaning and Community Outreach Coordinator in the Southern Region, is so grateful for all of her help and dedication to getting fresh [...]

Volunteer Profile: Lani Wharton2017-11-08T16:15:57-04:00
14 08, 2015

Addressing Dietary Needs and Food Allergies at the Vermont Foodbank

2017-11-08T16:16:00-04:00

Through our network partners, and through direct distribution, the Vermont Foodbank provides 153,000 Vermonters, including 33,900 children, with the nutrition they need to survive and thrive. One often overlooked facet of the Vermont Foodbank’s work is our focus on procuring a wide variety of healthful foods, including foods that take into consideration the food allergies [...]

Addressing Dietary Needs and Food Allergies at the Vermont Foodbank2017-11-08T16:16:00-04:00
20 05, 2015

Putney Foodshelf Family Food Bag Program

2017-11-08T16:16:12-04:00

This is a guest post from Susan Kochinskas, a volunteer with the Putney Foodshelf. We asked her to provide more info on the Putney Foodshelf Family Food Bag Program, which is modeled after the Vermont Foodbank BackPack Program. The Putney Foodshelf has been running  Family Food Bag program for the past two years quite successfully. [...]

Putney Foodshelf Family Food Bag Program2017-11-08T16:16:12-04:00
27 09, 2014

Putney Foodshelf Attains Non-Profit Status

2017-11-08T16:16:35-04:00

This is a guest post from Susan Kochinskas, a volunteer with the Putney Foodshelf. We asked her to provide more info on the Putney Foodshelf, the Putney community and, especially, how they achieved non-profit status recently. Read on... The Putney Foodshelf was founded in 2005 at the Genesis Church of the Brethren. It moved to [...]

Putney Foodshelf Attains Non-Profit Status2017-11-08T16:16:35-04:00
12 12, 2013

Putney Forum on Hunger

2017-11-08T16:16:55-04:00

On September 24th, Transition Putney and the Putney Food Coop brought together advocates for a Forum on Hunger at the Putney Public Library.  Guest speakers included Hannah Pick of the Vermont Foodbank, Theresa Snow of Salvation Farms, Susan Kochinskas of the Putney Food Shelf, and Katherine Gillespie of Food Connects and the Hunger Council of [...]

Putney Forum on Hunger2017-11-08T16:16:55-04:00