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Fair Food MattersFair Food Matters

Last year, Fair Food Matters (FFM), became a program of the Kalamazoo Nature Center. Our new relationship recognizes shared our values of equity and sustainability in the context of local education systems. One chronic inequity that faces many children in Kalamazoo County is a lack of access to fresh, healthy food from sustainable sources. In light of COVID-19, this inequity has become more pronounced than ever. Here’s how you can help!

While food equity and sustainability remain our primary focus, the challenges of COVID-19 have allowed FFM and KNC to extend our reach and impact in the local community.  We are grateful for these opportunities, and for your financial support. We are confident that our staff and volunteers can continue demonstrating notable impact through modified programming during and following COVID-19. In these challenging times, your gift means more than ever.  You may also wish to contribute to our in-kind needs (see below). Thank you for considering a designated gift to support FFM’s work through the Kalamazoo Nature Center!


Thanks to our partners:

City of Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo Earth Day, Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition, Kalamazoo Valley Museum, KVCC Food Innovation Center, Hope For Creation, Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes (distributed), Wild Ones Mulders Landscape Supply  

Donate to Fair Food Matters

Fair Food Matters

 

Making an in-kind donation to FFM is a great way to get involved! See the list below for items needed and complete the online donation form. FFM Director Bri Fonville will contact you to coordinate dropping off your item(s). For questions, please contact Bri at bfonville@naturecenter.org.

See the list of garden and kitchen supplies here. Thank you for considering a designated gift to support FFM’s work through the Kalamazoo Nature Center!