Healthy Communities Initiative Volunteer Registration
In recent years, the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership (MARP LDC) has worked to strengthen its existing community initiatives, as well as develop new programs. One of these is our Healthy Communities Initiative, which aims to advocate for and increase access to healthy food in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, residents of all incomes. Projects under this initiative include a comprehensive survey of healthy offerings at avenue corner stores, creating community gardens in underutilized spaces on public housing grounds, establishing a community-run farm stand & recently a “fresh pantry”, facilitating a Community Food Council, and offering a Community Chef training course to local residents.
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We are currently seeking volunteers for our Healthy Communities Projects, Fort Greene & Farragut Fresh Pantry which runs year round once a month from 9:30am - 11:30am, Third Saturday of the month. The location of the Fresh Pantry on the Sidewalk of the Intersection Navy and Nassau. Volunteers can work a whole day shift from 8am - 12:30pm either first shift 8am - 10:30am & second shift 10am - 12:30pm. The other projects, Farm Fresh Box, MARP has partnered with Corbin Hill Food Project to bring affordable & quality, food options to Fort Greene Clinton Hill, First farm share partnership in Brooklyn, called Community Connect. MARP will Pay $14 per Farm Fresh Box share from Corbin Hill Food Project and the community resident will pay $10/$12. Volunteer hours are 3:00pm – 7:30pm. "Healthy Communities" Community Corner is back at Fort Greene Park! On the Corner of Myrtle avenue & Washington Park every Saturday *unless its raining* activating public space by promoting neighborhood resources, Connecting the community to Fort Greene Greenmarket FREE face painting, Free Cooking Demos & much more! If you would like to be contacted for a specific volunteer opportunity please email
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