Felicia Chew, an English teacher of 20+ years, is leaving the traditional classroom to work on bridging the gaps that are regularly found in services that “work for most people, but not for those who are unable to access the services due to unique, personal situations.”
“Chew for Tucson” invites you to “chew on ideas, chew on food, and “chew’s” wisdom, because our children are watching.”
Summary of Services: (1) “Chew on Ideas “. Writing Challenge Program open to all community members sharing their personal stories that create the diversity, arts, and culture of Tucson; (2) “Chew on Food”. Recipe Challenge fostering food resiliency through shared recipes, sourcing, and community meals; (3) “Chew’s wisdom, because our children are watching”. Small community support groups focused on common interests and needs, that foster empowerment through communication and community.
Mission Statement. “Chew for Tucson” will bridge the gaps in transition programs for #EachOfUs #AllOfUs so we can all say: “This is #OurTucson. “Chew for Tucson” will develop and implement programs that foster courageous conversations, and communication throughout the community.
Stay tuned for more info!