Across the country, parents, teachers, college students and professors, health officials, nutritionists, city officials, advocates for farmworker justice and animal welfare, environmentalists, farmers, and socially responsible businesses are partnering with their local community urging Americans to Eat Real.
How can you get involved?
Use the momentum around Food Day to:
- introduce healthier foods into your diet
- ask your employer to participate in a community supported agriculture program
- host a healthy food drive
- introduce cooking lessons in your school or workplace
- plant a vegetable garden or volunteer at a community garden
- organize a movie screening
- shop at your local farmer’s market
There are a multitude of ways to get involved in the movement toward healthy, affordable and sustainable food for all. Whether you’re a concerned mother or a business owner looking to make a difference, we want to partner with you.
The national Food Day campaign website has an incredible library of resources that includes tools such as:
- guides for organizers
- 5-day school lesson plans
- recommended movie screening list
- guest speaker suggestions
- recipe cards
- press release templates
- fact sheets
- media guides
- suggested reading lists and more!
Are you excited and ready to become a Food Day Organizer?