Slow Food Vermont Giving Circle

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About our group

Barrie Silver
Leadership
SPRING 2022 - Join us in supporting the Abenaki Land Link Project, a program of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk-Abenaki Nation that "plants the seeds of food sovereignty" and creates opportunities to educate growers about Indigenous Abenaki crops.

NOTE: You can make a ONE-TIME donation of ANY amount when you DONATE. Just click the arrows for a drop-down menu.

Learn more about the Abenaki Land Link Project at abenakitribe.org

Why Join the SFVT Giving Circle?
As a chapter of Slow Food USA, Slow Food Vermont is dedicated to the development of an equitable, just, and healthy local food system – one that truly works for everyone.

The Slow Food Vermont Giving Circle was created to help support BIPOC Vermonters connected with farming and the food system -- by sharing seeds and/or seed money, providing scholarships to Slow Food events and other learning opportunities, and finding fun and meaningful ways to ensure that our commitment to "Good, Clean, and Fair" goes forward through an equitable, inclusive, and just lens.
Join this Grapevine

Become a member and help us make a greater impact together.

$1,502
Total Raised
15
Members
$72
Avg. Donation

Previously supported

Aha Abenaki Helping Abenaki
$256 Raised
SuSu CommUNITY Farm
SuSu CommUNITY Farm
Brattleboro, VT
$1,000 Raised

Network Affiliation

The Giving Project, based in Vermont, works to radically increase and diversify the nonprofit sector donor base in Vermont by enabling more Vermonters to connect with and give to causes they care about through a network of more than a dozen giving circles.

Focus Areas Advocacy & Social Justice, Arts & Culture, Community Building, Equity & Equality, Hunger & Nutrition

Membership Focus in Vermont

Current Donation Cycle

June 2022

$246.06 raised of $600 goal
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About our group

Barrie Silver
Leadership
SPRING 2022 - Join us in supporting the Abenaki Land Link Project, a program of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk-Abenaki Nation that "plants the seeds of food sovereignty" and creates opportunities to educate growers about Indigenous Abenaki crops.

NOTE: You can make a ONE-TIME donation of ANY amount when you DONATE. Just click the arrows for a drop-down menu.

Learn more about the Abenaki Land Link Project at abenakitribe.org

Why Join the SFVT Giving Circle?
As a chapter of Slow Food USA, Slow Food Vermont is dedicated to the development of an equitable, just, and healthy local food system – one that truly works for everyone.

The Slow Food Vermont Giving Circle was created to help support BIPOC Vermonters connected with farming and the food system -- by sharing seeds and/or seed money, providing scholarships to Slow Food events and other learning opportunities, and finding fun and meaningful ways to ensure that our commitment to "Good, Clean, and Fair" goes forward through an equitable, inclusive, and just lens.
Join this Grapevine

Become a member and help us make a greater impact together.

$1,502
Total Raised
15
Members
$72
Avg. Donation

Previously supported

Aha Abenaki Helping Abenaki
$256 Raised
SuSu CommUNITY Farm
SuSu CommUNITY Farm
Brattleboro, VT
$1,000 Raised

Network Affiliation

The Giving Project, based in Vermont, works to radically increase and diversify the nonprofit sector donor base in Vermont by enabling more Vermonters to connect with and give to causes they care about through a network of more than a dozen giving circles.

Focus Areas Advocacy & Social Justice, Arts & Culture, Community Building, Equity & Equality, Hunger & Nutrition

Membership Focus in Vermont

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