- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
48 people are interested
PR! Foodies! Social Media for Tastes of Brooklyn
ORGANIZATION: Seeds in the Middle
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- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
48 people are interested
Help us build our Tastes of Brooklyn fundraisers for 2024- food and drink crawls around Brooklyn. Plus - if you love to share cooking - join us at one of our schools for a Chef Night.
Help us promote Brooklyn eateries and bars and food businesses and do good at the same time.
We super-need social media help! Go to bars/restaurants/food establishments and interview an owner or take photos of food.
Help us recruit places for our spring Tastes of BK food and drink crawls.
This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to get experience in:
- event planning
- building events
- getting to know the restaurant or bar business, especially their owners!
- public relations
- digital promotion
Or just join us for the day to help out!
We need help getting sponsors and marketing and planning our events for the coming year
Here's some of what we need help on:
- Reach out to food establishments to ask them to join Tastes of Brooklyn events
- Posting on social media about food and helping promote our struggling eateries via social media, etc.
Can you go to places and take photos of food and give us a fun, descriptive post we can put on our Facebook and IG pages? Want to create a Tik-Tok for Tastes of Brooklyn?
If you do, please just email us at email@example.com with a sample photo and post, highlighting the restaurant, bar of food business in Brooklyn. Tell us what neighborhood and what's special about it.
Read about our Tastes of Brooklyn. events at tastesofbrooklyn.com
Our neighborhoods to spring 2024:
- Carroll Gardens
- Maybe Fort Greene
- Maybe Greenpoint
- Park Slope
- Franklin Ave. Crown Heights
(Want us to do another?)
Tastes of Brooklyn both helps us bring back our restaurants and bars and eateries back - but also funds good by supporting Seeds in the Middle's efforts to expand farm stands in low-income neighborhoods.
Seeds in the Middle has been working with Brooklyn communities for more than a decade to provide farm fresh food and influence healthier eating habits for kids, We know the terrible toll the virus has taken on our borough’s most vulnerable plus we know how much the businesses have suffered through loss of business.
Help us promote. Follow us on IG and Facebook @tastesofbrooklyn.
Want to help create a Tastes of Brooklyn food and drink crawl in a neighborhood? Tell us. Here's what we would have to do.
Go to the volunteer form at bit.ly/tastesvolunteerform
Here's how to help for Tastes of Brooklyn:
-- Call restaurants and bars to see if they want to do it.
- Create content and posting on social media to advertise the places
- Create a list of media outlets and calling them to tell them about the event
- Find event calendars we can post on and post!
- Call friends and telling them to come!
- Sell tickets!
On day of event (tbd)
- Help at ticket table
- Assist restaurants
- Help with set up and breakdown
- Work at farmstand/flea
- Help at Hip2B Healthy Market with kids
- Help with advocacy for fresh food -get petitions signed
Along with general volunteering, we are offering a few special options.
1. Walk around, take great photos for IG, hand out free masks and provide sanitizers... and gently tell people if they are gathering unsafely.
2. Delivery - If you have a bike or on foot, we will have designated places where people can meet you. You go around and pick up 4 - pre-ordered tastes, and then meet the customer at specified places.
See below for all options.
DETAILS: WHAT IS TASTES OF BROOKLYN?
WHAT: A neighborhood food and drink crawl in a designated neighborhood. A chance for people to try small dishes and drinks that the local bars and restaurants are super proud of.
Ticket prices are set at 4 tastes for $40 12 for $115- Buy at tastesofbrooklyn.com - Venmo Cashapp @seedsinthemiddle, Paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets here for Tastes of Carroll Gardens: Go to http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=vdv77qhab&oeidk=a07ejz2ykq01e4d31b2
HOW: You buy tickets. We provide a map and menu and ticket-holders walk to each establishment for some great takeaway food & drink!
WHERE HAVE WE HAVE HAD THEM? BED-STUY, COBBLE HILL, CARROLL GARDENS, GOWANUS, RED HOOK, FLATBUSH, CROWN HEIGHTS, PARK SLOPE PROSPECT HEIGHTS, PLG, FLATBUSH... LOVE TO EXPAND TO SUNSET PARK, FT. GREENE.
WHY WE do it: Support small businesses and promote fresh food for all. Proceeds go to Seeds in the Middle, a 501c3 charity creating sustainable farm stands, school-run healthy programs and projects to raise achievement and the quality of health in Brooklyn’s food deserts. Build farm stands with us, and businesses get proceeds, too.
Questions? Email email@example.com
About Seeds in the Middle
153 Warren Street, BROOKLYN, NY 11201, US
Seeds in the Middle partners with students, educators, parents & their communities to access all opportunities, beginning with improving health, enhancing arts education and greening their environment. We empower and educate all to get healthy and scale educational and social disparities. Our pilot schools are in central Brooklyn, a neighborhood with among the city’s highest obesity, diabetes, and heart disease rates. We teach how to grow, market, cook, access and prepare fresh food, how to exercise & engage in the arts, all the elements needed to promote life-changing lifelong health. Our volunteers come from all walks of life. We cross cultures. We transform gray into green, destitution into inspiration.
Seeds in the Middle offers joyful, healthy interventions that nurture the whole child and address the multiple obstacles blocking low-income children and families from getting healthy. We teach how to grow edible gardens, run a student-led Hip2B Healthy Market, bring chefs into schools, started soccer, running and fitness programs at school and in the community and music and arts in the schools. We integrate professional development for teachers so that a healthy lifestyle and environmental stewardship becomes organic and sustainable in the school community. To build community, we created Soccer for Harmony tournaments and the Crown Heights Farmers Market. In two years, we have engaged more than 1,000 families, and students and teachers report changing their habits to include more fruits and vegetables, and fitness. This is a pilot for any school and Seeds in the Middle plans to replicate.
153 Warren StreetBrooklynBrooklyn, NY 11201
December 31, 2023
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
- Event Planning / Management
- Public Relations
- Social Media / Blogging
- Food Service
- People 55+
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