New Roots recieves $1000 from SFBG Chair’s New Faces of Philanthropy Award

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Slow Food Bluegrass Chair’s Maggie Keith was chosen for one of 5 New Faces of Philanthropy awards by Nfocus Magazine last month. The award came with a $1000 donation to the award recipient’s organization of choice. Maggie Keith gave her $1000 to Louisville non-profit, New Roots. New Roots mission is to meet the needs of urban communities by improving access to fresh food for urban residents and marketing opportunities in the city for local and regional farmers.

The New Roots program has impacted the local food system through the development of the Fresh Stop Project, a community-driven fresh food distribution program. New Roots also provides nutrition education, conducst health research, and spearheads policy campaigns that will improve the disparities currently present in our food system.

Click here to read the full article. Congratulations Maggie!

One Comment

  1. Posted December 16, 2011 at 1:24 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Maggie for all of you hard work building our local food system here in Kentucky and for your support of New Roots. Congratulations from all of us at New Roots and the Shawnee Fresh Stop.

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