CCFI Volunteer Signup Form

Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) - bringing fresh food from farmers to community!
We need volunteers!
Fill out the survey for volunteers below and register to win a free bag of our fresh food!

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CCFI has built a strong piece of the community controlled movement to address food access in our neighborhoods and communities. We need you to help us grow and reach new heights! Do you want to support providing healthy food to your family and friends? Want to be a part of building our own good food system? Please tell us more below!

Check us out at food.kheprw.org and feel free to send us an e-mail at food@kheprw.org or give us a call at 317-329-4803 ext 703. Like "Kheprw Institute" on Facebook to see our event pages and social media. You'll see our community chef stories and neighbors making it happen with fresh food!

Join us for the Good Food Feast every second Saturday from 3-5pm at KI at 3549 Boulevard Place 46208. Cooking demo kicks off at 3pm followed by community potluck and celebration. We hope you will come enjoy good food with us!

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What is most exciting to you about the Community Controlled Food Initiative?
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Is there any particular way you would like to help our project?
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