Our members are always on the lookout for Slow Food-friendly restaurants and businesses. These are establishments that provide delicious food created with locally-sourced ingredients and good, clean, and fair practices. We strive to recommend businesses our members should support to satisfy their Slow Food cravings.
Our goal is to encourage members to stimulate the local economy and support local restaurants and the long food chain that supports them from farmer to chef. We hope that, by providing our members with special discounts at select Slow Food-friendly restaurants, they will be encouraged to experience and support the culinary gems of urban San Diego.
How It Works
All Slow Food Urban San Diego members receive a Member Benefits Card that they can present to receive a small (10% suggested) discount on their food bill (including or excluding alcohol) or a special offer at Slow Food-friendly businesses. With your participation, we hope to encourage our engaged and passionate community of members to shop and support Slow Food-minded businesses such as yours.
Participating restaurants and businesses will be highlighted on the Slow Food Urban San Diego website, newsletter and Facebook page. To view current program participants please visit our Member Benefits webpage.
We at Slow Food Urban San Diego are very excited about the support that our Membership Benefit program will provide to the local San Diego food economy. If you think that you might be interested in becoming a part of this program, please complete the attached application. We’d be happy to answer any questions you might have – thank you for your consideration!
If you would like your business to participate in our Member Benefits program, please complete and the application below send your it to us at the following address:
Post: SFUSD Membership
301 Washington St. Box 216
San Diego CA 92103
Membership Benefits Program Application
If you have any questions about the Member Benefit Program or partnering with SFUSD, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Slow Food Urban San Diego welcomes our newest Member Benefit Partner, Local Habit! With “Cali-Creole” food, created by executive chef Nick Brune, Neopolitana-style pizzas, house-cured meats, local produce, and a seasonal menu, the newly re-opened Local Habit embodies Slow Food’s mission. SFUSD members get 20% off drinks. Check out their farm-driven sustainable menu in Hillcrest.
Psst: And keep your eye peeled for a SFUSD Slow Sips event at Local Habit in July!
Apply by November 7th to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Slow Food Urban San Diego is seeking qualified and passionate volunteers for our 2015/2016 term. Terms, unless otherwise noted, are two years with the option to re-apply for a second term. The following positions are up for re-elections:
Co-Chair, Adult Education
The Education Committee Co-Chair for Adult Education works with Education Co-Chair for Youth/Family to hold monthly Education Committee meetings, striving to engage and include Slow Food Urban San Diego’s Membership as much as possible. The Adult Education Committee Chair is expected to organize two classes annually geared towards adult taste and cooking education.
Chair, Food Justice
The Food Justice Chair holds monthly committee meetings and organizes Slow Bucks, a program which provides free local produce to low-income seniors. The Food Justice Chair is also the liaison to the Slow Food California Policy Committee, which meets monthly via conference call.
Good Food Community Fair Chair
The Good Food Community Fair Chair is responsible for producing our annual event, The Good Food Community Fair, in conjunction with Food Day in October. This position also leads other events as determined by the Board.
The secretary takes minutes during board meetings and administers annual elections.
The Communications Chair holds monthly committee meetings and oversees the newsletter, blog, website and social media.
The Treasurer maintains the books for the organization, handles expense reimbursements, accounts payable, and annual filings. The treasurer is responsible for leading the budgeting process and providing financial guidance to the Board. This position presents a Treasurer’s report at monthly board meetings. A working knowledge of Quickbooks is required but training by the outgoing treasurer will be provided if necessary.
The Membership Co-Chair maintains and updates the membership list and reports membership status at each board meeting. Membership co-chairs share the responsibility of organizing membership drives in accordance to Slow Food USA directives and take the lead in planning Slow Food Urban San Diego’s Annual Membership meeting. Membership Co-Chairs may develop and coordinate additional programs to build the Chapter membership.
The Volunteer Coordinator handles the volunteer database, organizes volunteers for Slow Food and partner events and organizes one volunteer appreciation event annually.
The Chair-elect works with the Co-Chair to administrate the Slow Food Urban San Diego Board of Directors and maintain chapter standing. Candidates must have served on the Slow Food Urban San Diego Board for a minimum of one year and agree to assume the Board Chair position in 2016 for a one-year term.
The Chair administrates the Slow Food Urban San Diego Board of Directors and maintains chapter standing. Candidates must have served on the Slow Food Urban San Diego Board for a minimum of one year. This is a one year term.
If you are interested in applying to the the Slow Food Urban San Diego Board of Directors, please email a brief bio and letter of interest indicating the position in which you are interested to email@example.com by November 7th. In-person interviews will be scheduled the second and third weekends in November.
Slow Food Urban San Diego Board of Directors