Resources to Fill Your Plate.

Need flyers, information on healthy food for kids and teens, or other marketing materials for your Break for a Plate site? You’ll find them here. Just click on the links to download them.

Check out our blog post on the USDA site

 

Free Summer Meals Alabama Kids

Commercial

In this colorful, fun TV public service announcement, kids themselves talk about how Break for a Plate fills the need for children’s meals when school is out.

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Free Summer Meals Alabama Kids

Video

Provide an informative look at the need for an Alabama kids’ summer food program, with statistics on hunger among children in our state – and the benefits Break for a Plate serves our children.

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Flyer

Distribute this attractive, customizable flyer and grab attention while directing participants to your organization’s site location and meal times.

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Full Page Ad

Run this attractive full page ad in your local newspaper, school or work newsletter, or church bulletin to raise awareness of the Break for a Plate program in your area.

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Half Page Ad

This smaller-space ad is an easy fit in your local publications, newsletters or bulletins. Get the word out to your community on how kids and families can benefit from Break for a Plate.

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60 Second Radio Ad

Radio is a great vehicle for spreading the message of Break for a Plate. Have your local stations run this 60-second public service announcement to capture listeners during their daily commutes.

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Yard Sign 1

Feeding our kids is a community-wide effort. Show your support for Break for a Plate and direct participants to the local site location.

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Yard Sign 2

If you need a more horizontal yard sign, post this reminder that kids eat free with Break for a Plate.

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Sponsor Packet

Want to sponsor a Break for a Plate site in your community? Get the information and tools that make it easy right here.

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Brochure

What is the Break for a Plate program all about? How can sponsors provide free meals to all kids all summer long in their communities? This informative brochure provides the details.

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Farm to Summer Flyer

Provide details on how students can visit local farms or farmer’s markets over the summer, with fun activities focusing on the importance of fruits and vegetables for their nutrition.    

More Information

Looking for further info on the USDA’s food service program? Head over to its Food and Nutrition site and get the answers you need.    
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