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The Saturday Servings are rolling again at UN Plaza, and we would love some help! Any contributions are appreciated, especially help with transportation and serving.
If you’re interested or have any questions, please email me at opowers at sfsu dot edu.
After a hiatus of several months San Francisco Food Not Bombs is having a meeting! Join us and talk about recent events, current ideas and future opportunities for sharing food. Bring your thoughts, ideas, proposals — we will pass around an agenda sheet at the event.
Sunday, August 2
Meet outside Station 40 (3030b 16th street @ mission), if it’s nice we’ll walk to the park, if not we’ll have it there!
***BRING VEG FOOD TO SHARE, THINK BBQ THEME***
BYOPAU – BRING YOUR OWN PLATE AND UTENCILS
We’ll eat, hang out with a meeting to follow. If you want to facilitate the meeting you’re awesome!
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FNB WANTS YOUR KITCHEN
If you have a kitchen and would be interested in starting a FNB serving we would appreciate the help, over the summer we’ve slipped from sharing food 6 days a week to only 3. If you provide a space to cook we can help you with an abundance of food, volunteers, pots and pans, transportation and many other materials! email sffnbvolunteers @ riseup dot net for details.
We would especially love to see servings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Typically we serve in either UN Plaza, 16th & Mission, or Golden Gate Park, but we are very open to other ideas as well. Cooking lists 2-3 hours and serving is perhaps another hour. Some groups do everything, cook & serve the meal. Others divide the task and have two crews. How the day is organized is up to you.
All food that we make is free & vegan (vegetarian, without animal products). Some days are cool with bringing recovered/donated prepared foods that contain dairy, eggs (e.g. pastries or yogurt) to sharings.
You can do FNB with friends or post your info on this web site and have random folks show up! Host every week, every other week, or even once a month! It’s up to you.
FNB isn’t charity, it’s solidarity! – you should check out our principles & history.