At the moment we have many participants of the Solidarity Kitchen that are mainly recipients of food, and after a conversation with @Leo yesterday I have been thinking that it would be good to encourage a greater involvement. At the moment I think the newsletter is a great way of doing this, but this seems a bit of an unidirectional way of communication.
Have we considered creating a poll or something along those lines to hear back from the people that are only involved as recipients of the food that is being cooked at the solidarity kitchen?
Of course a bit of thought would have to be put into this poll and what we actually want to get from it, but I think it would be good to understand what are the main problems the recipients of food are facing during this crisis, identify current and future needs and ways of moving forward, etc…
I know this is a bit of a vague idea but I wanted to get a feel if everyone thinks it would be a good idea. We could quite easily put an online poll together and backroom people (which usually contact many of the food recipients) could fill it over the phone or something along those lines.
What do people think?