Volunteer Video Project

Hi Lovely Volunteers!

Volunteer recognition is really important to us because you are all AWESOME people. Because we often do our individual shifts alone, we thought a fun way to learn more about everyone would be to launch a “shift video project”.

For the “shift video project”, we’re hoping that each submission can be like a personal introduction. In action, the project will take the form of volunteers using our bike tripod to film themselves on their weekly BFR shift. While biking, you can use this time to tell us about yourself, why you volunteer, what social issues you care about, or pretty much whatever else you’d like to talk about.

Some questions you could answer:

– Where are you from?

– Favorite flavor of ice cream?

– What are your interests/hobbies?

– Why did you join Boulder Food Rescue?

– Best/worst pick-up story?

– What are some issues in Boulder you’d like to help address? Any global issues you’re interested in?

In order to protect donors’ and recipients’ privacy, all footage must be only of yourself (and your food load) and must happen while on the street. In other words, please do not film in stores or at recipient sites. Also, please be careful and remember bike safety guidelines while filming and biking.

If you think you’d like to participate in this project, all you need is a phone that has a video recording option. If you don’t have access to this, please reach out to [email protected] and we can find you one.

Our bike tripod can fasten to most phone sizes. It will be kept in the Sprouts Arapahoe lock box, so feel free to grab it whenever you want to submit a video!

Once you’re done recording, feel free to send the footage to [email protected] or [email protected] so we can post it onto the blog or Facebook.

If you’d like more information or have any privacy preferences, please email [email protected] or [email protected]

Thanks for all the work you do!


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