The Village Food Project

The Village Food Project

Visit the organization website: www.villagefoodproject.com

About Us

The Village Food Project mission is to come together as a community of all ages and to love our neighbors who are experiencing a cancer crisis by providing nourishing meals. VFP is a multi-generational project in which adults train teens to become VFP cooks. As VFP cooks, teens take responsibility for a major portion of meal preparation and the packaging of meals for our clients. Through this experience our local teens learn about nutrition, meal planning, cooking and serving their community.

Opportunities To Serve

We would like to establish a relationship with LCCC to provide ongoing service learner opportunities. Opportunities could include development of a nutritional workshop, nutritional analysis of recipes and menus, marketing, communication, and publicity.

Preferred Method of Contact

Email

Contact Person

Barb Harrell
Executive Director
(440) 348-9401
bharrell@villagefoodproject.com

P.O. Box 40023
Bay Village Ohio 44140

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