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February Meeting


Join us for the Hunger for Change Day at the Capital instead of our regular meeting!

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February Meeting


Join us for the Hunger for Change Day at the Capital instead of our regular meeting!

Join us!

Instead of our regular SFPC Meeting in February, we are encouraging our members and community members to sign up for and attend the Hunger Free Advocacy Day at the Capitol.  

This is a great opportunity to speak directly with your state elected representatives about food systems and hunger issues. 

Please RSVP online here: Link to RSVP

We'll post some resources for participants about how to advocate as non-profits and individuals, and Hunger Free Colorado will also provide resources, as well as breakfast burritos for those who show up at the beginning and RSVP. The group will be meeting in the west foyer of the Capitol building. 

Our next full SFPC meeting will be in March in Montbello, hosted by the Montbello Organizing Committee. 

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mission


Our mission is to influence policy that fosters food security for all community members and promotes a healthy, equitable, and sustainable local food system with consideration for economic vitality and environmental impact.

mission


Our mission is to influence policy that fosters food security for all community members and promotes a healthy, equitable, and sustainable local food system with consideration for economic vitality and environmental impact.

Our PURPOSE is To:

  1. Promote and Oversee Progress on the Denver Food Vision and Action Plan;

  2. Advise City on Food-Related Plans, Reports, and Programs;  

  3. Provide Recommendations to the City on Regulations and Policies; and

  4. Build public and political will to support innovation and positive policy changes within the food system.

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Our Members


Meet the SFPC members.

Our Members


Meet the SFPC members.

We are a group of enthusiastic, enterprising community members who care deeply about creating a food system that honors everyone in Denver. Some of us are/have been food-system professionals, but many of us are members simply because we are interested in creating a more dynamic, equitable experience of food within our community. SFPC members are appointed by the Mayor and supported by Ex-Officio members (city staff who provide significant support in supporting the activities of the SFPC). While council membership seats are limited, community members are warmly encouraged to attend our monthly council meetings and learn more about opportunities to get involved.

SFPC CO-CHAIRS

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SFPC Members (Appointed by Mayor)

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SFPC Ex-Officio Members

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