Providing meals and social services to thousands annually.
Director of Strategic Gifts (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 27, 2017
The Freestore Foodbank is an innovative and forward thinking leader in providing millions of meals to hundreds of thousands of individuals every year. The organization has reduced the cost per meal to less than twenty-five cents through careful stewardship of resources combined with cutting edge technologies used to maintain and move inventory. This organization is not afraid to take a good idea toward implementation in order to improve systems and outcomes. The Freestore Foodbank employs engaging and creative individuals.
Rewarding work that makes a difference in the lives of those in need.
Director of Operations (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – November 14, 2016
Working at the Freestore has proven both challenging and rewarding. Having the knowledge that I made a difference in helping a family in need is the greatest reward. Management has welcomed, listened and treated me with respect. My co-workers have become friends I hope to have for a lifetime.
Research Intern (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – September 2, 2014
I learned how to work independently and create my own schedule so that I would succeed and meet deadlines. I was given creative license on how to present the data and learned how to create a Google Map as well as graphs in Excel.
Flexible schedule when I was in school, was allowed to work at home and independently
The Chef gave us are assignments,I prepared food according to written recipes.I learned some interesting recipes.The management was very patient and caring in dealing with us.I had positve relationships with all of my co-workers.The job was fun and educating.I enjoyed cooking and learning all of the things that I learned.
We could eat free and take food home if you wanted to.
my experience with thems was not a positive one. They had serious issues with certain managrs who had ethics issues. One got to keep his job even when he missed catching people who were stealing money which was what his job included doing. When you pointed stuff out, you got punished for it rather than someone fixin it. Would not go back there and not recommend it.