Thank you for your interest in donating to support a healthy regional food system!
Your donation provides critical support that allows us to connect local agriculture, food security, and healthcare so that all community members have access to nutritious food and local farms businesses remain viable for years to come.
Sponsorships are also available for businesses and individuals who would like to champion a specific program area, including Farm to School, Fruit and Vegetable Prescriptions, or the Growing Health Education Series, or Advocacy. Please contact Erin Summerlee, Food and Health Network Director at email@example.com or 607-692-7669 to discuss options for program sponsorship.
Individual Membership Options:
Small-Sized Farm: $25
Student: AmeriCorps: $10
Organization/Business membership Options (Based on annual budget):
- <$99,000: $100
- $100,000 – $249,000: $125
- $250,000 – $499,000: $150
- $500,000 – $999,000: $175
- >$1,000,000: $200
Members may also become Sponsors! For more information about giving levels and member benefits contact Erin Summerlee, Food & Health Network Director, (607) 692-7669, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Employment & Volunteering
Join the Farm to School Corps!
The Rural Health Network of South Central New York is seeking four AmeriCorps members to join our Farm to School Corps! The positions will average 30-35 hours a week November 2018 – August 2019!
The Farm to School AmeriCorps program is an exciting new initiative of the Food and Health Network (FaHN), a program of Rural Health Network of South Central New York. The regional Farm to School program works collaboratively with 26 school districts in South Central New York. Farm to School Corps members will work as part of an expanding regional team to develop, implement, grow, and evaluate programs to bring healthy, local food to students. Members will work with staff, students, parents, farms, and community partners to increase capacity for hands-on learning, local procurement, and creating a school-wide culture of health.
Each Farm to School Corps member will serve as the primary contact for 1-3 schools in order to advance the goals of individual schools and the larger regional program. Members will collaborate with one another on projects and events, and participate in training, professional development, and networking opportunities as a team. Learn more by contacting Erin Summerlee, Director of the Food and Health Network at email@example.com
Looking for rewarding volunteer opportunities with a diverse regional food coalition? FaHN is seeking volunteers to help with farm to school, events, marketing, fund development, and more! If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact Tom Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.