Share the Plate
To submit a project or organization to be a Share the Plate Partner, click here for the form (PDF).
~ This Month’s Share the Plate Partner ~
Our new Share the Plate partner is The Flagstaff Family Food Center! The Family Food Center sponsors eight programs that provide Flagstaff families hunger relief and children’s literacy programs.They serve daily hot meals, provide emergency food boxes, and provide sandwiches from there kitchen back door lunch service. They also support other non-profit agencies with food services. Last year they collected over 700,000 pounds of food through there food rescue program and gave over 300,000 pounds of inedible food to animal feed through food to farm program. The Family Food Center will be sponsored for the final week of April to May 20.
Share the Plate is headed by the Community Action Committee.
Congregation-Based Community Organizing (also called Faith-Based, Broad-Based, or sometimes Institution-Based) is a movement that seeks to establish interfaith, cross-class, multiethnic and multiracial grassroots organizations for purposes of increasing social integration and power in civil society and working for social improvement. There are five major national networks of congregation-based community organizations (CBCOs): local interfaith organizations that work for civic, regional, and state-wide social change, building power and creating justice at local, state, and national levels. Almost 200 Unitarian Universalists congregations are part of CBCOs.