Posts Tagged ‘hunger’

Every day, the Daystation offers guests Chittenden County’s only free noontime meal – a program that has been around nearly as long as the Daystation itself. Guests depend on the Daystation’s lunchtime meal not only for the food, but also for the sense of community and belonging it provides. Every effort is made to ensure that the lunches are as nutritious and balanced as possible. Chili, beans, pasta, salad, and…

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We are consistently amazed by the efforts of our community partners to create a healthier, more equitable Vermont. One of which, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation(VEIC), is developing and implementing a 4-phase employeeengagement program called LEAD.  As an organization with a love of acronyms, LEAD stands for “Learn, Engage, Act and Discuss”.  Each of the 4 phases is defined below: Learn – TED Talks, Speakers, Videos, Books, Articles Engage – Facilitated…

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Eating well can be a challenge regardless of income bracket. Anyone who has ever been on a budget knows that finding affordable produce can be an especially difficult task. Thanks to the Intervale Gleaning and Food Rescue, the Daystation has been able to serve fresh vegetables every day to our clients.  We serve lunch at the Daystation, 365 days a year, as a part of the services we provide for…

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The Champlain College Center for Service & Civic Engagement (CSCE) is holding their annual Tent City solidarity event this weekend, Friday, Nov. 15 to Tuesday, Nov. 19. The event coincides with National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and is an opportunity for the greater Champlain community to become more aware of these matters on a local, national, and global level. As in past years, the event hopes to have about…

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