Forward STEPS is a community learning initiative that is strategically designed to walk alongside under-resourced working individuals and families. The initiative provides tools and resources to increase economic stability on the journey to self-sufficiency.
Forward STEPS offers interactive group workshops and trainings for employees, employers, and the community. The workshops educate the participants about the issues that surround poverty and food insecurity. These experiences can be tailored to the age, knowledge level, and number of participants, and can be held onsite or at another location. Past participants include corporate teams, teachers, college students, health professionals, volunteers, and more.
For more information, or to schedule a training for your workplace or organization, contact Carol Bradshaw, Forward Steps Manager at CBradshaw@curehunger.org or call 765.287.8698 ext 117 or 765.730.0279
Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families, but unless you have experienced it firsthand, it is difficult to realize the depth and complexity of the situation faced by many in our community. To achieve a better understanding of the challenges facing our under-resourced neighbors, Second Harvest hosts The Community Food Experience and Poverty Simulation.
We need volunteers to help us run our community trianings. We’ll teach you what you need to facilitate our Community Food Experience and Poverty Simulation. Register Today!