• Guidelines for Striving to Be a Trans Ally

    Posted on March 29, 2016 by Hayden in Uncategorized.

    By Nina Holtz 1 in 5 transgender people have experienced homelessness at some point in their lives. 1 in 8 have been evicted due to identifying as transgender. An estimate of 41% of trans people have attempted suicide in their lifetime. Trans folks of color are 6 times more likely to experience physical violence when […]

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  • Join Us in Supporting H.R. 4184!

    Posted on February 26, 2016 by Hayden in Uncategorized.

    By Nina Holtz On Dec 10th, 2015, US House Representative Chellie Pingree introduced House Bill 4184, the Food Recovery Act. A couple of representatives from Boulder Food Rescue and other partners drafted a letter on behalf of food rescuers and food waste reduction activists in Colorado who firmly support this proposal. If you’d like to learn more, […]

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  • A Letter From Michael Benko

    Posted on February 21, 2016 by Hayden in Uncategorized.

    By Michael Benko, former Volunteer Coordinator It has been only ten short days since my technical departure from BFR, but I figured a small notice was in order. And so, here it goes. Working with BFR for the past year has been, simply put, one of the best experiences of my life. And I mean […]

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  • BFR Welcomes New Volunteer Coordinator: Kate Eno

    Posted on February 11, 2016 by Hayden in Uncategorized.

    By Nina Holtz Kate Eno will serve as BFR’s new Volunteer Coordinator! After nearly two years of bouncing around and working on organic farms around Colorado, Kate is thrilled to come to settle in Boulder and join the delightful and dedicated group of humans at BFR! Kate first encountered BFR when a volunteer came around while she was selling […]

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  • What is “Food Justice”?

    Posted on February 9, 2016 by Hayden in Uncategorized.

    By Julie Gavin If you’ve recently become acquainted with the work of Boulder Food Rescue, you’ve most certainly encountered the term food justice.  And, if you’re like me, despite being reasonably well-educated and well-informed, you may not know exactly what that phrase means.  Despite knowing 100% of its components, the compound phrase initially intimidated me.  Today’s post […]

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