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2013 Conference Workshops


Morning Workshops

Please sign up for one AM and one PM session.


A. Bridging the Gap: Leveraging Income Supports to Build Assets

Learn how to integrate basic asset-building strategies in your program’s income support work to help clients achieve long-term financial stability.

B. Food Bank Chopped

Get cooking! Create easy, satisfying and healthy meals using common pantry ingredients.

C. Produce to the People

Discover new models for growing and accessing fresh produce, including hydroponic gardens, urban farms and CSAs.

D. Eat to Learn

School and Summer Meals are important yet often underutilized programs. Find out how to help participants access these key resources.

E. Finding Shining Stars

Help your program thrive by acquiring the tools you need to recruit, train and keep quality volunteers.

F. Tactics for Continuous Improvement

Learn how small changes, inspired by Toyota’s Kaizen approach, can have a big impact on program efficiency. This workshop is also offered in the afternoon.

 

Afternoon Workshops

Please sign up for one AM and one PM session.

G. The Network Responds to Sandy

Learn how network members prepared for Hurricane Sandy and how it will continue to respond during the recovery.

H. Advocacy Works

Leverage our network’s collective voice to address anti-hunger priorities and make a meaningful impact.

I. Making Nutrition Fun

Learn how to talk to children about making healthy choices and help them understand why good nutrition equals good health.

J. Find Your Voice

Use social media to get your message out, engage the community, and grow your base of supporters.

K. Tactics for Continuous Improvement

Learn how small changes, inspired by Toyota’s Kaizen approach, can have a big impact on program efficiency. This workshop is also offered in the morning.

L. New Partners to End Hunger

Meet Food Bank’s non-traditional partners and learn how they are moving clients from the pantry line to self-sustainability.

M. Translating Data to Dollars

Introduction to strategies in how to effectively use the data you collect and share this information to build awareness and resources to advance your work.

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