Morning Conversation on FOOD (MCOF)
Come and join the conversation! A monthly, public, free meeting on food justice/food system topics.
Every third Wednesday*, 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Easton Public Market - Community Space.
NEXT MCOF: SEPTEMBER 2017
When: Wednesday September 20 9:00 am
Where: Easton Public Market
What: Topic to be announced
*No meeting for July & August, 2017
Click below for latest flyer information.
ADVOCACY & NEWS
HEREPRING 2017 EHC MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Easton Hunger Coalition is now accepting members!
Annual Meeting : General Members - Free
Family Membership - Two Free Seats
Organization Membership - Three Free Seats
+ MANY MORE BENEFITS+Choose FORM Below
Individual Member $ 25.00
Family Membership $35.00
Organization Membership $100.00
2017 Supporting Member $101 and above
Click HERE for General Membership Form
Click here for organization membership flyer
Easton Hunger Coalition Work Groups
Advocacy/Awareness, Pantry Support & Coordination, Food Recovery & Gleaning, Data Collection & Surveys, Fundraising & Events, Nutrition Education, Membership & Marketing, Volunteer Hub Development, Resource Network Development:
Contact EHC Manager, Nancy Walters for Working Group meeting dates & times. All welcome on any committees.
Nancy Walters: email@example.com
Community Resources Flyer Management:
contact Becky Goldenberg Goldenberg@aol.com
Steering Committee Leaders:
contact Nancy Walters firstname.lastname@example.org
Blog posts on hunger
Did you have enough to eat last night?
Originally posted on August 06, 2013
Last night we had a good dinner. We started with cocktail shrimp and some dipping sauce, and finished up with quesadillas, cole slaw and later on, some ice cream. We had enough; in fact, we had too much (Full Entry Here).
Thirteen things that all food pantries need
Originally posted on August 18, 2013
New data just released by the Department of Agriculture confirms what food pantry directors already know – that food stamp use is up in the US from last year, rising 2.4% in May from the previous May, with more than 15% of our population receiving benefits; one in six Americans need the program (Full Entry Here).