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Vermont Foodbank CEO John Sayles on City Room

John Sayles on City Room
Vermont Foodbank CEO John Sayles joined Steve Pappas, managing editor at the Times Argus, on City Room.  John discussed where our food comes from, how it gets distributed and how we’re funded (it takes individuals like you).  John also discussed the differences between the Foodbank and local food shelves, a distinction that’s important, but often […]
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Hunger is a public health challenge. A Post from CEO John Sayles

John Sayles
Solving hunger and addressing diet-related health problems (diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, obesity, etc.) have long been viewed as separate and sometimes conflicting efforts. Hunger is often considered a social service or charity matter, while health problems linked to nutrition are thought to be the purview of the health care and pharmaceutical sectors. Research is now […]
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Collaborating for Clients, a Post from CEO John Sayles

John Sayles, Vermont Foodbank CEO
You should feel good about the impact you have as a philanthropist — donating, volunteering, and advocating for our Vermont neighbors and their food needs. But the Vermont Foodbank also develops partnerships beyond food that help our neighbors fulfill their desire to contribute to our shared community. An exciting new project called Collaborating for Clients […]
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