Yearly Archives: 2021

151 posts

Mini-grants Available to Connect Faith Communities and Farmers of Color

Rural Advancement Foundation International-USA’s (RAFI-USA) Come to the Table program (CTTT) is pleased to once again offer grants to support up to 20 rural United Methodist churches throughout North Carolina. CTTT will fund churches that are engaging in hunger relief with mini-grants of up to $2,000. These grants are funded by support from The Duke Endowment.
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CTTT Peer Learning Event: Partnering With A Farmer

On November 2, the Come to the Table (CTTT) program hosted a peer-learning event for 2020-2021 mini-grant recipients. The event focused on the logistics and purpose behind faith communities creating and sustaining partnerships with local farmers of color.
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street sign says almost there

Tell Congress to Pass the Build Back Better Act

Over the past few months, as Congress has debated the provisions of the “budget reconciliation” process, we’ve asked for your help advocating for major investments in climate-friendly agriculture and debt relief for farmers who need it. We are almost there. Ask your members of Congress to support its passage.
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Farmers Helping Farmers

On a breezy, early fall day, Farmers of Color Network staff members joined farmers Steve and Elke McCalla at their Rocky Ridge Farm in Louisburg, NC for a small farmer brigade. Neighbor and friend Ken Daniels was there to pitch in as well.
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Come to the Table Program Director

[CLOSED] Job Opening: Program Director, Come to the Table

RAFI-USA seeks a values-driven, organized manager to lead the day-to-day activities of the Come to the Table program and help shape the program’s future strategic direction. Working directly with the Executive Director, the CTTT Director’s primary emphasis will be on strategy development and implementation, program oversight and evaluation,  fundraising, and partner development. 
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