Outreach Tools
Downloadable Outreach Materials
Spread the word about SNP to parents, students, businesses and city officials with the following resources. Each resource is available in both English and Spanish.  

"And Justice For All..." Poster:

Click here to download USDA’s “And Justice For All Poster”. The poster must  be printed on 11x17 paper and in color. Do not alter the poster it in any way. One poster is sufficient per site and needs to be displayed in a prominent location, viewable by participants.


 And Justice For All Poster
Outreach poster (large):
Display posters at local businesses and organizations so families in need will know about the program and how to find nearby meal sites. Suggested locations include libraries, shelters, food pantries, churches, hospital lobbies, doctor offices, post offices, housing authorities, Salvation Army, Goodwill, and Social service agencies. 
  • Poster: 11"x17", color, high quality, with bleeds, double sided, English/Spanish, for professional printing, such as Kinkos, etc.





2013 Summer Outreach Poster

Fillable Meal Site Poster (large): 

Customize this poster by writing in the name, location and meal service days and times for a nearby site.




Fillable 2013 Summer Outreach Poster

Flier & Postcard:

Fliers and post cards can be displayed and/or distributed at check-out lines at the grocery store, library or doctor’s office.

  • Letter size flier: 8 1/2"x11", color, high quality, double sided, English/Spanish
  • Postcard: color, high quality, double sided, English/Spanish




 2013 Summer Outreach Flier



Door hanger-- Regular and Fillable:

Distribute door hangers through organizations capable of canvassing neighborhoods (one door hanger per household). 

  • Door hanger: 4.25"x11", color, high quality, double sided, English/Spanish


2013 Summer Door Hanger

Additional Toolkits:  The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) lists these resources and providers as a service to school nutrition professionals.
This list does not constitute an endorsement or verification of accuracy on the part of TDA.

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