Gleaning project manager sought

Kamloops Food Policy Council is seeking a part-time, temporary manager to establish and operate a citywide, food-gleaning program (Gleaning Abundance Project – GAP). This position is funded by the Community Food Action Initiative in co-operation with Interior Health, with an expected commitment of 14 hours per week.  This individual will work with volunteers to reach Kamloops households who have extra produce to share with the community.

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