The book chronicles the evolutionary phases of the Food Bank of Yolo County. The author breaks up the history of the Food Bank into three distinct epochs or phases. The reader will get a good overview of the evolution of a successful nonprofit; from fledgling start-up to an organization that has a solid foundation from which to build its staying power for years to come.... tennis tournaments, jazz concerts, Dinner at the Dump (in 1991 and 2001), Sunrise Rotary Barbecue, Yolo County Wine and Food Festivals, and others. ... Income from many sources paid for food, staff salaries, warehouse rent, equipment purchase, maintenance and repair, utilities, insurance, ... He acquired a forklift to handle the pallets of foodstuffs and a 7-passenger Dodge Caravan to transport food.
|Title||:||From Pantry to Food Bank: The First Forty Years|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2010-05-07|