6th Foodbank Partners’ Summit —"Moving from Hunger into Health"

Sep 14
Hosted by:Foodbank of Santa Barbara...
When:
September 14, 2017 at 9:00am to
September 14, 2017 at 4:00pm
Where:
Pacifica Graduate Institute - Ladera Lane Campus map 801 Ladera Lane Santa Barbara, CA 93108
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Moving from Hunger into Health

Keynote: Janet McIntyre
Vice President of Programs and Training, Executive Service Corps, Southern California
"How Nonprofits Can Prepare for the Challenges of the Next Decade"


 

Collaborate, learn and network with other nonprofit professionals. Attend sessions on volunteerism, nutrition education, advocacy, grant-writing, senior nutrition, Santa Barbara County Food Action Plan, CalFresh, food safety, best practices and more! Start the day off with an inspiring, interactive keynote with Janet McIntyre. Take your agency a step further toward ending hunger in Santa Barbara County. See below for complete details.

Single tickets to the Summit are $35 or save by inviting two attendees from your organization for $50. Admission includes continental breakfast, lunch, and social mixer in the afternoon. Space is limited. Last day to register online is September 12threserve your tickets today!


Thank You to Our Community Sponsors


Agenda

7:30 AM       FREE Shuttle departs North County Warehouse, 490 W. Foster Rd, Santa Maria

9:00 AM       Registration & Continental Breakfast 

9:30 AM       Welcome and Introduction

9:40 AM       Keynote Address: Janet McIntyre, VP of Programs and Training
                    Executive Service Corps, Southern California
                    "How Nonprofits Can Prepare for the Challenges of the Next Decade"

10:45 AM     Breakout Session I 

  1. Grant Writing Fundamentals: Writing Grants that Get Results
    Michael Kaplan, Transition Mental Health
  2. Food Safety: What's New and What's Essential
    Amy Smith, Panera
  3. USDA: New Training and How To's So You Can Take Advantage of This Major Source of Food
    Lori Coopwood, Dept. of Social Services
  4. Food Action Plan: How Can You Get Involved and Get Funded 
    Emily Miller, Community Environmental Council

12:00 PM        Lunch

1:15 PM          SoCal Gas Community Programs, Frank Mateo, Senior Account Executive, Customer Services

1:25 PM          Breakout Session II

  1. Engagement: The New Volunteerism
    Carolyn Mullin, Foodbank Volunteer Services Manager
  2. Keeping Our Seniors Healthy: What Are the Strategies and Services that Work? 
    Judith Monte, Community Action Commission
  3. Is Food Enough? Exploring Educational Programs Linked to Food Distribution
    Lee Sherman, Foodbank Director of Community Impact
  4. CalFresh: Could You Help Your Clients Connect More Easily?
    Edith Martinez, California Association of Foodbanks, and Evan Baumann, Foodbank of SBC

2:30 PM         Peer Networking: Find Out What's New with Others Working in Similar Areas
                      
Youth, Seniors, Meals, Pantry
3:30 PM         Social Mixer - Light refreshments & wine

Keynote Address

Janet McIntyre
Vice President of Programs and Training, Executive Service Corps, Southern California
"How Nonprofits Can Prepare for the Challenges of the Next Decade"

Janet McIntyre has been with ESC since 2012, and brings with her extensive experience as a certified coach and nonprofit consultant. She leads the design and execution of ESC's client training institutes, customized leadership cohort programs and collaborative projects. She earned her Executive Master of Leadership with an emphasis in nonprofit management from USC's Price School of Public Policy. She has 20 years working across the southern California nonprofit sector, from the Hollywood Arts Council and Classical KUSC Radio, Occidental College and Jericho Road Pasadena.

Breakout Session I

  • Grant Writing Fundamentals: Writing Grants that Will Get Results
    Michael Kaplan, Transition Mental Health
    • This workshop breaks down the grant writing process into two distinct, related pieces: how do you create a compelling story about your nonprofit, and who are you supposed to tell that story to? Topics will coverhow to identify prospective funders based on foundation profiles and 990 tax returns and understanding the elements off a clear grant narrative.
  • Food Safety: What's New and What's Essential
    Amy Smith, Panera Regional Manager
    • Do you have questions about expired food or how long food should be left unrefrigerated? Learn about the dangers and risks that contribute to foodborne illness outbreaks. We all play an important role in keeping our food safe for our clients, so let's do our part.
       
  • USDA: New Training & How-To's - Take Advantage of This Major Source of Food
    Lori Coopwood, California Dept. of Social Services
    • A training refresher on how to check in clients to receive USDA commodities and provide required reports. Also covered will be new mandatory civil rights training.
  • Food Action Plan: How Can You Get Involved and Get Funded?
    Emily Miller, Community Environmental Council
    • Emily Miller, Food and Climate Program Associate at the Community Environmental Council, will give an update on how the Food Action Plan has moved from report to action. She'll discuss grant opportunities for non-profits who want to address priority goals of the plan, and how organizations and individuals can become involved in ongoing workshops designed to help the County use food as a driver of both economic development and increased health.
    • Check out the plan summary: www.sbcfoodaction.org

Breakout Session II

  • Engagement: The New Volunteerism
    Carolyn Mullin, Foodbank Volunteer Services Manager
    • ​Bring your burning questions about volunteer recruitment, engagement, and management to this session. We'll cover new trends, best practices, and proven methodology to help your organization amplify its message and mission with a strong volunteer base.
  • Judith Monte, Community Action Commission
    Keeping Our Seniors Healthy: What Are the Services and Strategies That Work
    • Learn how we can all help our seniors continue to thrive in health and strength. Partners can increase awareness of what our seniors need to obtain healthy food choices.
       
  • Is Food Enough? Exploring Educational Programs Linked to Food Distribution
    Lee Sherman, Foodbank Director of Community Impact
    • Interested in serving your clients beyond general food distribution? Join us to learn about the Foodbank’s Direct-to-Client programs that pair nutrition education and food literacy lessons with delicious tastings and food demonstrations. Our Feed the Future programs feature curriculum tailored for pre-school to junior high learners and are easily adoptable for partner distribution organizations. Help your clients learn how to manage chronic conditions with food as medicine through our Diabetes Impact Group or become a force for change in your community by joining the Foodbank's Nutrition Advocates program.
       
  • CalFresh Updates and Processes: Could You Help Your Clients Connect More Easily?
    Edith Martinez, California Association of Foodbanks, and Evan Baumann, Foodbank of SBC
    • Learn about CalFresh updates and new opportunities that are available.

Scholarships are available. For information, contact Jamie Diggs at jdiggs@foodbanksbc.org
Last date to register online — September 12, 2017

The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County is ending hunger and transforming the health of Santa Barbara County through good nutrition


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