July 5, 2023
Our June Newsletter is chock full of exciting details! Our FY'22 Annual Report has dropped; A new podcast is hitting the airwaves: The Great Relearning - Three Brothers' Quest for Meaning in a Living Cosmos; and our Connector Series returns with summer content!
March 22, 2023
This month's newsletter is dedicated to the incredible 18 year legacy of Angela Silva, MI's Director of Finance and Operations. We say Good Luck! but not Goodbye. Angela's work ethic, efficiency, conscientious approach, and consistently positive outlook is something we admire and are grateful to have experienced daily. It is with heavy, but very proud and happy hearts that we wish Angela well as she sets out on her new path as a women-led business owner.
February 24, 2023
February is Black History Month and our newsletter highlights the fantastic soul food lessons that Shay Brooks, one of our FoodCorps service members, has been providing to her students. There's also info about a new program for the MI – "Path of Freedom", an 11-week mindfulness-based emotional intelligence (MBEI) program for at-risk and incarcerated youth and adult prisoners. Good Stuff!
January 19, 2023
It's the new year - welcome 2023! After a bit of a break on updates from the MI we're back on track giving you the scoop on what's up. This month we announce the addition of two new dedicated individuals to our board of directors as well as the latest progress updates from the SFPC Working Groups.
November 17, 2022
Our November newsletter focuses on the great work we have accomplished throughout this past year as part of our Annual Appeal to you, our loyal donors and engaged audience. Your support allows us to do this important work for the communities we serve. There's also a sneak peak at our upcoming "21-Day Reset" beginning in the new year to get your health and wellness goals on track!
October 20, 2022
Lots of updates this October with a recap of the Virtual Food Summit 2022, an invitation to register for our first ever Virtual Candidates Forum on Food System issues, a new informative video from Grow Education, and an update from Steam the Streets, one of our Greenhouse Initiatives.