Loyal volunteer and Lunch Tray blogger, Bettina Siegel dishes about her time spent volunteering in the kitchen classroom last year, why RFS's work is important, and how she saw first hand that it is changing the way children eat!
Over 100 regular volunteers help RfS in our classrooms and with many other outreach activities. You don't have to know how to cook or garden, just have enthusiasm for working with kids or helping in other ways. If you are interested in volunteering, fill out this survey and we will find the perfect spot for you.
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