Become a Food Day Organizer

MOA We are excited that you and your organization would like to partner with us to be an official Food Day Organizer.  No matter what your specific industry – education, for-profit business, community service – we are all affected by our food system.  Consequently, we can all make a difference when we work together.

We’d love to have your organization join this campaign and participate on an ongoing basis.  We are not asking for money, only time in exchange for group promotion. We’ll provide you with all the resources you need to get started.  We realize every organization is a little different and we encourage you to be creative – you know your audience better than anyone.

All Food Day Organizers will be given access to a user account for where they are encouraged to post articles relative to their organization and the Food Day campaign. This could be information such as:

  • Quick and easy recipes
  • Gardening tips and resources
  • Updates on food policy
  • Educational resources
  • Community hunger-related information
  • Sustainable practices and green tips
  • Special event details
  • Press releases

Organizers can .  Submitted events will be displayed on the home page of this website and promoted via social media.  You can complete the online form below or submit a hard copy registration form by downloading this PDF .

Your Name (required)

Your Title (required)

Organization Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone Number (required)

Address (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip Code (required)

Organization Website URL (required)

Category that best describes your organization (required)
Restaurant Campus School Farmers Market Company or Organization

Short Description of Organization (required)

By checking below, I am agreeing to the terms and conditions set forth above for being an official Food Day Organizer.

Content submitted to the website and shared calendar will be subject to review and we reserve the right to exclude it if it is not applicable to the Food Day campaign.