Volunteer Opportunity With The Frigo Vert

by Rice on October 16, 2017 - 11:12pm

Frigo vert is a public space, managed collectively that belongs to no one or groupe. It is a

Determined, Devoted and responsible organisation, dedicated to “giving everyone a place to eat well where you know how your food is made and produced all while it being affordable.” As it is often proven http://indianapublicmedia.org/eartheats/five-reasons-care-food-comes-from/

Knowing what you eat is very important and is what The Frigo vert pushes for every day. This year they are planning on diversifying and increasing the quantity of food available au Frigo vert through various new initiatives (they need volunteers to accomplish this). If you want to help them, they need volunteers to help  research the companies they order from,  to keep the shelves stocked, And giving back to the community.

 

Contact information:

Email:  frigovolunteer@gmail.com.

 

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Muslim Association of Canada

The Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) was created in 1997, though it’s members had been involved before the creation of the non-profit in community services. It serves religious, charitable, social and educational purposes and is present in most of Canada’s mosques. Their website hails their record as a progressive voice for Muslims all across the nation, from coast to coast. They have in recent weeks and months condemned the terrorist attacks in Edmonton and expressed concern for those affected by the flooding in Quebec.

They organise weekend evenings for Muslims to unite as family and friends and are working with the Canadian government to integrate refugees into their community and our society. To volunteer, they ask you to communicate with them at their website. it is very simple.

http://www.macnet.ca/English/_layouts/MAC_Solution/ContactUs/ContactUs.aspx

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