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SheShinesOn…Spencer Ralph Meibos, Lovin’ Spoonfuls

Q: What job or training best prepared you to work as a FoodRescue Driver? I worked for Nick’s Moving Co. for three months before starting here. Working at Lovin’ Spoonfuls is unlike anything else I’ve ever done, professionally or otherwise; … Continue reading

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What Are You Doing With Your GlobeGrant Check? We’ve Eight Great Ideas. The SheGives Slate.

My Life My Choice.  College Bound Dorchester.  TeachPlus :: T3 Initiative.  RAW Art Works.  Lovin’ Spoonfuls.  Museum of Science Engineering is Elementary.   BUILD.  Science Club for Girls.  Please give to one of the nonprofits on the SheGives slate with … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: SheGives Gives Some Loving to Lovin’ Spoonfuls

Executive Director of Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Ashley Stanley, delivered a stirring talk on food rescue to SheGives members at Myers+Chang in Boston’s South End, while SheGives Founding Member Joanne Chang served up her own sustaining thoughts. Lovin’ Spoonfuls was founded in … Continue reading

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Looking for a Meaningful Gift This Holiday Season? The SheGives Slate. Stirring. And sound.

The nonprofits selected for the SheGives slate are powerful and provocative.   Stirring and sound.  Innovative, with impact.   Honor them with a gift this season — for your benefit, for someone else’s, for their benefit, for all of us. ART THAT … Continue reading

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SheShinesOn…Lauren Palumbo, Lovin’ Spoonfuls

Q: What did you do before working with Lovin’ Spoonfuls? A: I held a few positions in marketing, operations, and event planning across the non-profit sector and for a restaurant group.  My varied background has given me the basis I … Continue reading

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Help Lovin’ Spoonfuls Get a Truck. Today.

Lovin’ Spoonfuls, a food rescue, has moved over 861,093 pounds of healthy, perishable food from restaurants, grocers and other partners to homeless shelters and other organizations serving the needy in the last three years. But they could do more. They … Continue reading

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