Real Food Challenge Seeks Office Space

Nina Mukherji is Director of Programs at Real Food Challenge (www.realfoodchallenge.org), and has contacted us with a request. Currently located in Dorchester, they are looking for any space in the Boston that could be the new home office of Real Food Challenge. Real Food Challenge is a network of college and university students organizing to shift food the food at their schools to fair and sustainable sources, collectively creating a better food economy.

“We have a small core staff and over a dozen organizing fellows around the country. We are growing and moving out of our parent organization, The Food Project, to a new fiscal sponsor, Third Sector New England. As part of the transition, we are looking for a new office space to accommodate 4 full time staff people and up to 5 part-time staff/organizers/interns.”

Requirements are a central location, accessible to folks on Green, Orange, and Red lines (Downtown, Chinatown, Back Bay, Fenway, Longwood, Harvard Square. Parts of JP or Lower Roxbury)
800-1000 square feet
3-4 rooms
One room that is large enough for 6-8 people to meet in
A phone connection
DSL or Cable for wireless
Access to a kitchen space (nice, but not necessary)
Windows
Not too expensive– they’re a small, lean, movement-building machine!

If you have any suggestions, contact Nina at 617-997-8440, or email her at mukherjin@gmail.com.