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World Food Day Movie & Meal in St. John’s

(Not in St. John’s? No problem! FSN wants to support you in hosting a World Food Day event where you are too! Check out this post for details.)

Volunteers and staff at the 2011 Movie & Meal

Every year we rely on a team of amazing volunteers to prepare and serve a local food meal to over 100 guests!

No food preparation or service experience is necessary.

Date: Friday October 19th

Time: 10 am- 10 pm in shifts of 2-3 hours

Location: Gower Street United Church, 99 Queen’s Rd in St. John’s

Why?: To spread the word on food security issues and get people connected to the movement for safe, healthy, affordable, delicious food in NL!

Already hooked? Contact sarahferber@foodsecuritynews.com or 237-4026 to volunteer! 

The Perks:

  • Free entrance to the event including a locally sourced meal and opportunity to view the documentary End of the Line.
  • Sign-off from FSN if you are collecting volunteer hours for school or a service program.
  • Experience working in a large event setting preparing and serving a meal to a big crowd.
  • The satisfaction of knowing that you are awesome and have contributed something special to your community!

The Food Security Network NL and Oxfam Canada are teaming up again to host the 4th annual World Food Day Movie & Meal event that each year is a celebration of local food. This year’s theme is Fisheries: the meal will feature locally caught seafood and we’ll be showing the eye-opening documentary End of the Line, which looks at the effects of international overfishing. Speakers and resources will be at the event to help put the global fisheries into the NL context.

Contact sarahferber@foodsecuritynews.com or 237-4026 to volunteer!