Pin It The I-Word Raises Awareness With Launch Of Food For All People
Live and Give. Small changes to daily routine can lift up our neighbors in need.
Bronx, NY, September 20, 2011--The I-Word, creators of http://www.bronxmall.com/, launches Food For All People, www.bronxmall.com/food, furthering the commitment to community outreach by providing resources in exciting ways, starting with the Bronx.
Echoing the sentiment of the importance of outdoor markets close to home, making affordable and nutritious food accessible to the Bronx, The I-Word founder Barbara Tallerman says, "By simply changing our food shopping habits, supporting local farmers, and participating in so many enjoyable activities sponsored by organizations already committed to helping those in need, we are indirectly making our contribution. One by one," adds Tallerman, "we will make a difference, and, together, strengthen our entire community."
Food For All People will connect everyone in the Bronx and throughout NYC, encouraging participation in local and national organizations working hard to end hunger. Food For All People is a resource for information on a multitude of events such as planting edible gardens, urban farm tours, cooking demonstrations for healthy eating, food festivals, restaurants that donate to food banks, and volunteer opportunities.
You can get involved in Food For All People by submitting your thoughts and feedback on your own activities, or by sponsoring a page for your community organization, business, blog, restaurant, or professional service. For further information, please visit: www.bronxmall.com/food, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 718-601-8772.
www.bronxmall.com, online since 1996, is host to all 12 Bronx Community Boards courtesy of Con Edison in cooperation with Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., and is the vehicle for leading community organizations and businesses to reach the entire borough...and beyond.
Also see us online at Food For All People. We encourage your participation with them. We can be seen here on the Food For All People website: http://www.bronxmall.com/food/local.html