Ride for Food
Get active to fight food insecurity at the 10th annual Ride for Food!
This year, the Ride for Food offers two options to fundraise: a virtual option and an in-person event! Get active in your own way, on your own time—or, come out on Sunday, October 3rd for a community bike-ride event! Whatever the method, we invite you to join the Gleaners' team and help support healthy food access for all! You can find more details on the 10th Annual Ride for Food here.
We host volunteer gleaning trips and food packing projects throughout the year. Our safety practices have been carefully revamped this year in consideration of COVID-19. Please visit our Volunteer Page to review our updated health & safety protocols and register to volunteer!
Join us on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for gentle and choice-filled yoga classes with Tess Tomlinson!
What is yoga to gleaning? This is a question we have been exploring at BAG since staff started adding moments of practice together after strenuous days of harvesting, loading and leading trips. As the years passed and circumstances changed, BAG wanted to freely extend the opportunity to anyone with interest, so that together and with more voices, we could still explore that question. Yoga has a far broader scope than practicing poses. Yoga philosophy speaks to practices and ethical frameworks like non-violence, truthfulness and energy management that we can engage with internally and with others to support sustainable life for all. Sound a little like gleaning?
We invite you to explore ideas, effort, sensation and ease in class, in the comfort of your home, with or without your camera on, whether you've stepped on a yoga mat before or not. Perhaps one day after yoga, you'll find yourself on a volunteer harvest— and our hope is that the experiences are made mutually richer for having done some of each.
To sign up or learn more, visit our trip sign-up page. More about Tess at ammilyogaflower.com!
Boston Area Gleaners
91 Martin Street
Acton, MA 01720