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Farmwork to Feed Canada (F2FC) Volunteer Opportunities
Farmwork to Feed Canada (F2FC)
Remote Volunteer Opportunities for Communicators
Farmwork to Feed Canada
, a volunteer effort by Canadian communications, public relations and marketing professionals, is seeking volunteer communications practitioners to work remotely to help get the word out about pandemic-related challenges to Canada’s food supply and food security.
This growing organization is collaborating with the agriculture and agri-business sector to offer farmers, farm groups and the agricultural industry communications expertise and a forum to foster greater public awareness about key issues.
Through this initiative, Farmwork to Feed Canada is also assisting junior communications practitioners, who missed out on intern positions as a result of the pandemic, to gain real-world experience, expand their portfolios, and benefit from working with seasoned professionals who are willing to act as mentors and references.
The organization is growing quickly and currently has openings for the following positions:
Digital Media Specialists
Translator / Translation Services
We believe professional communicators have an important role to play in national service as Canada battles the COVID-19 threat to our lives, livelihoods, and health.
F2FC volunteers seek to:
Get the word out to help bring farmers and workers together. Due to COVID-19, many farmers need more essential domestic workers to help them to plant, tend, and harvest their crops at a time when over a million Canadians find themselves unemployed.
Foster greater public awareness, understanding, and support for agriculture and agri-food business, and
Educate Canadians about the important role they must play to preserve Canada’s food supply.
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