SNAP Client Advisory Board Interest Form
Many of us feel like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/food stamps) doesn't meet our needs and those that run the program do not listen to us. This group exists to make changes, hold decision-makers accountable, and ensure we all get the support we need. We will do this by working together with advocates, community organizations, and lawmakers.

The SNAP Client Advisory Board meets monthly on the second Monday of each month from 5:30-7:30pm in inner southeast Portland.

SNAP Client Advisory Board members will be paid $15 per hour for their participation (paid in the form of a gift card) and will receive reimbursement for childcare and travel. A small meal is provided at all meetings.

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What is your full name? *
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Do you have a nickname that you prefer to be called?
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What is your mailing address?
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City
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State
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County
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What is your current identity?
The SNAP Client Advisory Board values the lived experience of hunger and food insecurity from those who have experienced marginalization in our food system. We welcome and encourage applications from those who identify as people of color, Black, Brown, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+, differently-abled, single parents, religious minorities, recent immigrants, and people from all generational, economic and educational backgrounds. If you self-identify as being from one or more of these groups, and feel comfortable sharing, please list them here.
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Tell us about yourself (where are you from, what's important to you, what are your interests, are there ways in which you have supported your community?) *
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Have you received SNAP benefits? *
Do you have a personal story or experience with SNAP that you're interested in sharing ? (not required)
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We seek members who share a strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion and have skills and experience putting that commitment to work, particularly in pursuing racial and economic justice. In particular, we are looking for members who can respect different needs, abilities, and backgrounds when working towards justice. Do you feel you can make this commitment? *
Are you able to make a commitment of ONE YEAR; attending all of the meetings (on the second Monday of the month from 5:30-7:30pm)? *
The SNAP Client Advisory Board currently meets in inner southeast Portland. Please let us know if this location would be a challenge for you. We are willing to change locations or provide support to make attendance possible.
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Do you have any special accommodations for attending the meeting that you'd like us to know about? (Example: childcare, ADA accessibility, materials or meeting structure shared in a particular way etc.)
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Do you have any questions for us?
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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