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Entries tagged with “volunteers” from No Kid Hungry blog
- Community Action Makes It Happen! [ 3 comments]
- August 14, 2012
Bake Sale volunteer Linda Strohmeyer shares how she and her family made their Great American Bake Sale a success!
Tags: great american bake sale , volunteers
- Changing Households, One Child at a Time [ 4 comments]
- August 9, 2012
When I became a Cooking Matters coordinator I only wanted to teach adult classes because I thought that those classes would have the biggest impact in the community. I ended up having class after class of children and was surprised to see the results!
Tags: cooking matters , volunteers
- Cooking Matters Volunteer Spotlight: Steve Dunn [ 2 comments]
- July 18, 2012
As I began scouting about for volunteer opportunities a couple years back, I never would have dreamed that I'd find such a perfect fit in Cooking Matters. I was looking not just for a way to give back to my community, but for an opportunity to share my passion for cooking in a way that would really change lives. Over the course of the nine classes I've taught so far, I am happy to say that my Cooking Matters experience delivers on this promise every time.
Tags: appreciation , cooking matters , volunteers
- I Volunteer Because... [ 2 comments]
- July 17, 2012
More than 2,100 people volunteered their time to teach Cooking Matters courses last year. We’re so grateful to every one of them for being on Team No Kid Hungry! Here’s just a few of them talking about why they volunteer. Tell us why volunteering is important to you in the comments.
Tags: cooking matters , team no kid hungry , volunteer , volunteers