Communications and Development Coordinator
The Communications and Development Coordinator (CDC) brings together the multi-faceted programmatic events of Access’ work into one unified message. Because our work is rooted in systems change, the CDC must understand and value the impact of our unique initiatives. The CDC will have strong attention to detail with the ability to plan and execute fund raising events, manage communications across our programs, and deliver messaging about Access’ impact to a variety of stakeholders including businesses, congregations, foundations, and individuals. The CDC must have a strong ability to set strategic goals and create benchmarks for getting there.
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Volunteer as a one-on-one mentor for individuals as they transition from the nutrition program, adapting skills learned to their daily lives.
Using our cooking curriculum, partner with one of our CSA to Pantry sites to provide hands on cooking and conversation with CSA participants.
Support our community organizing work centered on food systems with our CSA to Pantry participants. Help facilitate discussions using our Food Systems 101 curriculum.
Work to help establish our pop-up food pantry farmers markets throughout Kent County.
Promote Culture of Health principles in charity food by supporting Access’ efforts with the Pantry Network of West Michigan.