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About General Questions:

In order to ensure a timely response to your question, please route your inquiry to the appropriate member of the FoodCorps team below. For general questions, email our info address, or call us at 212-596-7045. Our fax number is 347-244-7213.

FoodCorps has two national offices, one in Portland, Oregon and one in New York City. Mail should be directed to the Portland office: 2544 NW Upshur St, Portland OR 97210

About Becoming a Service Member:

You should be able to find answers to most questions under the Serve With Us section of our website, especially the FAQs section. If you have additional questions, email us at

About Becoming a Host or Service Site:

For questions about bringing Service Members to your community, click here. If you need additional information, contact If you are interested in bringing FoodCorps to your site in an existing FoodCorps state, please contact the state's Host Site Supervisor.

About School Garden Grants:

FoodCorps partners with the Whole Kids Foundation to support school garden projects around the country. More information about the Whole Kids Foundation grant program and how to apply for a school garden grant can be found here.

About Press and Publicity:

For media inquiries, interview requests, and press contacts, contact Communications Director Jerusha Klemperer and/or visit the Press Room.

About Supporting Our Work:

FoodCorps is made possible by the generosity of people like you. You can donate now! If you have questions about a larger grant, gift or sponsorship, contact National Director of Partnerships Michele Matyasovsky.

About Employment:

There are currently no open national staff positions at FoodCorps. If you're interested in working with FoodCorps, please sign up for employment updates here via HiringThing. If you're looking to join our service corps, please go here.

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