“People and community groups working together ”
to build a community where all persons at all times have enough food for well-being.
GAP partners up volunteer pickers with private home owners to glean excess produce from their property. Pickers work in small groups and are sent by the coordinator to private yards to pick produce. Learn More >>
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Established as a not-for-profit organization, the Kamloops Food Policy Council (KFPC) acts as umbrella to 20-30 food- related associations in our area. KFPC emphasizes public education on food security issues as well as supports concrete food...
Here are the minutes from our November 5 meeting of the membership. (next meeting is December 3)
And here are the minutes from the November 5 meeting of the board.
To further strengthen the governance of the Kamloops Food Policy Council, a strategic plan is being developed. This plan articulates who we are as an organization, what we wish to accomplish, and how we wish to undertake our tasks. This document will provide a general guide to our organization for the next 5 years. In addition, it will provide the context for more detailed annual plans which will guide our activities on a year to year basis.
The KFPC board has drafted a Vision, Mission and Strategic Goals for our organization. Now we need to hear from KFPC members. Are we on the right track? Did we leave something important out?
Please review this document kfpc_strategic_plan_nov14_draft and provide comments by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 28. It is the intent of the board to bring a strategic plan to the membership for approval at a general meeting in 2015.Read More
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Here is the agenda for the next Kamloops Food Policy Council meeting. It begins with our customary potluck dinner at 6:15 and is held at Mt. Paul United Church. Agenda includes networking, update on KFPC initiatives, a presentation by TRU Social Work students on their research into gleaning programs, and a presentation by Dave Whiting who has recently returned from working within a community food system in the Philippines.
Here is the agenda for our upcoming meeting! Agenda October 01, 2014 it will begin at 6:15pm at Mt Paul United Church, with our customary potluck dinner. Look forward to seeing you there!Read More