Let’s change the hunger relief sector in Minnesota
Volunteer your skills
FFEN relies on skilled pro-bono volunteers to offer pragmatic and no-cost consultation to food shelves adapting their services to meet their community needs.
How You Can Help
Use your project management skills to help develop the scope of a local food shelf’s project and provide vital support to ensure that the project stays on track and meets the food shelf’s needs.
You would be directly involved in creating a Food Sourcing Analysis report which uses data to drive strategic decision making on the food shelf level and effectively promotes more sustainable and stable operations.
LAYOUT DESIGN CONSULTANT
You will work alongside food shelf leadership to build more capacity in their space or process to better serve their shoppers.
You would help develop effective storytelling techniques that share the stories of FFEN, local food shelves and the changing hunger relief system
You ensure food shelves are equipped to apply for funding opportunities by prospecting grants and creating a grant template.
SHARE YOUR TALENTS
Use your expertise to support organizations that are addressing food access in the hunger relief system.
Learn More About How You Can Get Involved
Join us for an Introduction to FFEN to learn how you can get involved in reshaping the hunger relief sector! Since 2013, FFEN has positively impacted nearly 200 food shelves in Minnesota; made possible by 80+ volunteers, individual and corporate donors, and other partners. This one-hour session will provide an overview of FFEN, as well as opportunities for how you can get involved!
“It’s so rewarding to know that Minnesota’s food shelf shoppers are getting a more dignified and inclusive experience because of FFEN’s work. In addition, FFEN has a uniquely collaborative and entrepreneurial culture that I really identify with. Perhaps most of all, being involved with FFEN brings the opportunity to drive transformation across an entire sector of Minnesota’s human services landscape.”