Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project

Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project
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Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project
Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project
Nicole Davis
928-301-2814
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verdevalleyfoodproject.org
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Building community by supporting those who feed the hungry in the Verde Valley, one green bag at a time.
Green Bag Collections of non perishable food in Sedona, Cottonwood and the Village of Oak Creek 6 times annually on the 2nd Saturday of every even numbered month. Each of the 6 annual events collects and donates food to organizations who run food pantries and back pack programs locally.

We need Neighborhood Coordinators to pick up Neighborhood Green Bags every other month and deliver them to the nearest collection site.



Organizations/food pantries which benefit include: Sedona Community Food Bank, Sedona Area Homeless Alliance, St Vincent de Paul, Cottonwood Methodist Church, 7th Day Adventist Cottonwood, Spirit of Joy and Jerome Methodist Church.
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Neighborhood Coordinators

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Need Neighborhood Coordinators to pick up 10-15 Green Bags of food from neighbors in Sedona 6 times a year and deliver the bags to the collection site in West Sedona. Collections are the second Saturday of every even numbered month. The collected food is donated to Sedona Community Food Bank and Sedona Area Homeless Alliance. Call Nicole Davis at 928-301-2814 or contact@verdevalleyfoodproject.org

Date Submitted: 08-30-2019

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Neighborhood Coordinators

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Verde Valley Food Project is looking for more Neighborhood Coordinators. It’s amazingly simple to be a Neighborhood Coordinator. Neighborhood Coordinators organize a small group of neighbors to be Food Donors. Each donor gets a reusable green bag to store food in. Every two months NC's pick up their donors full bags and leave an empty one for next time. On collection day, NC's pick up their donors bags and bring all the bags to a drop-off point at the Safeway/ReMax parking lot in West Sedona, where volunteers receive and sort it the food.
Being a Neighborhood Coordinator takes only an hour or two every other a month! You might need to put a little more time in at the beginning, when you’re building your neighborhood. But it’s a surprisingly small time commitment, considering how big a difference you’ll be making.
That’s it. As you meet more neighbors and other NCs, your sense of community will grow, and it will add as much to your life as you will be adding to others’ lives. It’s something to look forward to.

Date Submitted: 08-25-2019

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