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Summer Support 2017

Robert Pieroni

Team Food Chain took to the warm weather by offering event support and silent auction donations on June 17th to Slow Food Bluegrass for their annual Taco Challenge and on July 2nd to Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) for their 9th annual Buy Local Fair.

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It Was "A Lovely Night"!!

Robert Pieroni

Dancing to the signature song from La La Land, "A Lovely Night," Abby Kamen took to the stage with Bourbon Tango's Clay Marshall for the Cathedral of the Assumption's annual event “Let's Dance Louisville” in support of the Sandefur Dining Hall.  This year's event also highlighted Team Food Chain’s longstanding relationship with the organization, as we celebrated our 3rd year as an event sponsor. Between donations and silent auction items, TFC raised over $20,000 for the Feed My Neighbor Program!  Thank you friends and family who continue to help us pay it forward!

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NEW YEAR. NEW LINKS. 2017!

Abby Kamen

Abby Kamen joins the board of Slow Food Bluegrass.  Our Food Network is growing as Team Food Chain partners with like-minded organizations.  Together we continue to engage our community in efforts that embrace the joy of food and ensure a healthy plate is reserved for everyone!

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2nd year at Let's Dance Louisville

Abby Kamen

On June 25, our Executive Director (Abby Kamen) represented Team Food Chain as an event sponsor for our second year at Let's Dance Louisville, with proceeds benefiting the Sandefur Dining Hall. Who knows, maybe next year she might be showing off her moves!

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Chad Kamen Receives Kohl’s Scholarship for Dedicated Service to Others

Abby Kamen

Selecting a mitzvah project has become an important part of preparation for bar or bat mitzvah in Louisville, and young teens are selecting many worthy causes for their efforts. It is rare, however, for that project to become a passion that blossoms into a series of related projects that engage the young person and his or her family throughout high school and even plays a role in determining what college he or she chooses.

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Hunger Walk 2015

Abby Kamen

Year six at the Hunger Walk: complete! Thank you to everyone who came out and helped us raise over $2,000. To many more years of serving the Louisville community!

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My First Fresh Stop

Abby Kamen

On June 23, I attended the Parkland Neighborhood Fresh Stop and got my first real taste (literally and metaphorically!) of the amazing work that New Roots is doing in our community.

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New Roots Blog Post - Family Matters

Abby Kamen

Family is a broad term that we all come to with our own preconceived notions and connotations. To me, family is two-fold; there is my “family,” the small nuclear unit I was born into, and the much broader “community-family” of which I am a proud participant.

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Summer Initiatives!

Abby Kamen

Exciting news for this summer – I will be interning at New Roots! New Roots is a non-profit organization that, “ignites communities to come together, share knowledge, and build relationships with farmers to secure access to fresh food.”

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Friendships Forged "For Good"

Abby Kamen

Pictured here is my dear friend Tamara Sandberg, the director of the Kentucky Association of Food Banks (KAFB).  We met two years ago when I shifted the focus of my hunger relief efforts from being strictly local to include all of Kentucky.

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Louisville Leads the way in linking the Holidays and Hunger Relief

Abby Kamen

Embracing the spirit of the season, I couldn't be more thankful for the support I have received from my community regarding my current quest to secure funding for my "License Plate For Hunger Relief Initiative".  By linking with me, Louisville is leading the way in establishing an ongoing means of hunger relief, not just in Louisville, but throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

 

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