Hopelink Snoqualmie Valley


Volunteer Relations

What to expect when managing volunteers under a large organization like Hopelink

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Don't hesitate to use resources of your development/communication team, if your organization has one. The more ambassadors, the better!

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Donor Outreach

Sno-Valley explains and emphasizes the importance of face-to-face interactions.

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Organized farm gleaning programs were initiated in 2009 when an AmeriCorps VISTA was recruited to help Hopelink expand their mission.

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Produce Recovery

Farmers' Markets as Volunteer Hub

Farmers markets can serve as a hub for collecting donations, not only from farmers but shoppers, too!

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Produce Profile

Hopelink has has some some fun and informative fruit and vegetable profiles to share in English, Spanish and Vietnamese!

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Nutrition Education

Consider establishing a Nutrition Education Committee to facilitate development of nutrition programs

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Scheduled Farm Gleaning

Once strong, positive and professional relationships are build, see recommendations for working with farmers to schedule regular gleans

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Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Hopelink's mission is to promote self-sufficiency for all members of our community by helping people make lasting change. Hopelink has five emergency service centers located in Bellevue, Kirkland/Northshore, Redmond, Shoreline and Sno-Valley. See areas of service here.