Education & Advocacy

As we’re working to meet an immediate need for fresh, wholesome food, we’re also committed to collaborating with others (like community members, business leaders, and elected officials) to raise awareness of and support for longterm solutions that address wasted food, food insecurity, and the climate emergency.

A group of people working as advocates for school lunch programs standing in front of the Massachusetts State House holding a sign.
A man writing on a piece of paper in front of a moving truck while working for Boston area food recovery organization Lovin Spoonfuls.

Some ways we do this are:

  • Learning from our Community Advisory Board about challenges and opportunities related to food access in different parts of our service area;
  • Participating actively in coalitions working on issues like food waste reduction, hunger, and climate;
  • Presenting to school and community groups, corporate groups, and conferences;
  • Teaching people how to maximize the food they have in order to eat well and waste less;
  • Keeping our community informed of opportunities for action through our Advocacy Updates;
  • And more!

Read Our Advocacy Priorities

These are the areas we’re focused on now.

Stay Informed

We’ll reach out to let you know when there’s a good time to speak up around Spoonfuls’ Advocacy Priorities.

Other Ways to Get Involved

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