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15 June 2021

We DIG Community | Episode 8 | COVID Crews w/ Hannah Dewey

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!

We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind our Service Made Social mission. In this episode we speak to Hannah Dewey, one of our local Host Team leaders in Denver. 

 

Hannah stumbled upon Community Bucket in February 2020, and she was able to join us shortly before our events were halted during the Covid lockdowns. Fortunately, Hannah was able to keep getting involved during that time, leading a crew for our Impact Where You Live initiative last April & May. Given her professional focus on event marketing, Hannah was able to jump in and organize several events with our team, ranging from a fundraiser 5k to a virtual cooking class. 

 

We enjoyed hearing from Hannah what it was like to find CB as a new volunteer and then get involved throughout the pandemic, why she keeps coming back and telling others to do the same, and what’s filling her time these days outside of work and Community Bucket. We hope you enjoy this conversation with Hannah Dewey!

 

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How you can get involved: 

Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community. 

 

 

Where you can find us:

Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl

Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx

Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den

Facebook: @CommunityBucket

Twitter: @communitybucket

LinkedIn: /company/communitybucket

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1 June 2021

We DIG Community | Episode 7 | FeedATL w/ Kelly Bradley

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!

We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind our Service Made Social mission. In this episode we speak to Kelly Bradley, the newest member of our staff and our Summer Program Manager. 

 

Kelly joined our team in April, to help this Summer with our FeedATL initiative. Kelly has a unique background in both event management and nonprofits. She is deeply committed to her community and is a long-time believer in the power of people to make local change that lasts. Before joining us, she spearheaded an all-volunteer initiative to sew thousands of masks for frontline workers at the start of the pandemic. 


In this episode, we speak to Kelly about what her early days in this new role have looked like, and we also dive into the details for what’s coming up with our FeedATL projects. Kelly is extremely knowledgeable about food and farming, having grown up in a farming family in Georgia. She will bring those insights to the events and help make the experiences memorable and meaningful for everyone. We hope you enjoy the energy and passion she brings to the conversation!

 

Resources discussed in this episode:

 

Be sure to sign up for any of the FeedATL events in June: 

 

How you can get involved: 

Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community. 

 

Where you can find us:

Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl

Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx

Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den

Facebook: @CommunityBucket

Twitter: @communitybucket

LinkedIn: /company/communitybucket

Subscribe to the newsletter here 

Donate to our cause here

 

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24 May 2021

We DIG Community | Episode 6 | Finding Your Plant People w/ Robby Astrove

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!

We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind our Service Made Social mission. In this episode we sit down with Robby Astrove, who is the park ranger at Arabia Mountain just outside of Atlanta, GA. 

 

Robby has deep roots (literally and figuratively) in the city, where he is an ardent arborist and foraging fanatic. His ties in the nonprofit sector include Trees Atlanta, Concrete Jungle and more. While Robby works professionally as a park ranger, he also helps lead a number of fruit tree and gleaning-related initiatives for the community. This includes his latest event, Serviceberry Fest ATL, which takes place on June 3rd.  

 

Robby has led several Community Bucket groups through the trails and open space of Arabia Mountain over the years, and his projects are never to be missed. We really enjoyed speaking with Robby about all things community, plants and trees, and we hope you like what he has to say as well! 

 

Resources discussed in this episode:

 

 

How you can get involved: 

Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community. 

 

 

Where you can find us:

Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl

Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx

Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den

Facebook: @CommunityBucket

Twitter: @communitybucket

LinkedIn: /company/communitybucket

Subscribe to the newsletter here 

Donate to our cause here

 

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17 May 2021

We DIG Community | Episode 5 | Launching in DEN w/ Kat Jarvis & Kate Edell

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!

We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind Community Bucket’s Service Made Social mission. In this episode, we speak with Kat Jarvis and Kate Edell, two of our local leaders in Denver, CO. 


Kat was the first member of our Founding Team in 2018 and led our Host Team in 2019, followed by Kate who took over as Host Team Manager in 2020. Both of them are transplants to Denver (who isn’t?) who found Community Bucket early on in their tenure in the new city. We discuss what initially sparked their interest in the organization, what it’s been like to help grow this community from the early stages in Denver, and how they’ve each benefited on a personal level. Plus, we dive into what they’ve been up to through Covid and how Community Bucket Denver plans to gain momentum in the coming months. 

 

In this episode, we discuss…

  1. Getting Denver off the ground in 2019

  2. Finding love & friendships at CB events 

  3. Making an impact throughout the pandemic

Resources discussed in this episode:



How you can get involved: 

Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community. 

 

Where you can find us:

Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl

Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx

Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den

Facebook: @CommunityBucket

Twitter: @communitybucket

LinkedIn: /company/communitybucket

Subscribe to the newsletter here 

Donate to our cause here

11 May 2021

We DIG Community | Episode 4 | Launching in ATX w/ Ian Grossman

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our first ever podcast - We Dig Community. Stay tuned for more episodes and please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts!

We DIG Community tells the stories of the people and organizations behind Community Bucket’s Service Made Social mission. In this episode, we speak with Ian Grossman, founder of our Austin community.

 

Ian is a former elementary school educator, a real estate agent, Jesse’s brother and the one who initiated our presence in Austin, TX. Ian was at our very first event in 2012 – he may have been dragged there by Jesse – but it planted a seed for him to be part of Community Bucket’s later evolution. We talk to Ian about his experience in starting a new community, we learn about his passion for the city of Austin, and we dig into his work as a real estate agent in the wildest housing market in the country. 

 

In this episode, we discuss…

  1. The early days of launching in Austin

  2. What his team was up to during Covid

  3. Ian’s forays into podcasting, TikTok influencing, Real Estate and more

 

Resources discussed in this episode:

 

How you can get involved: 

Check out our Events page for upcoming opportunities to serve in your community. 

 

 

Where you can find us:

Atlanta Instagram: @communitybucket_atl

Austin Instagram: @communitybucket_atx

Denver Instagram: @communitybucket_den

Facebook: @CommunityBucket

Twitter: @communitybucket

LinkedIn: /company/communitybucket

Subscribe to the newsletter here 

Donate to our cause here

 

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