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Plan a Project

Educators, clubs, organizations, families, teens, kids—there’s a toolkit for each of you with everything you need to plan a child hunger service or service-learning project.

Build a Table

Call your community to action. Tables, tablecloths, and murals create a physical reminder of this hidden issue and tie your project to the national movement.

How to Build a Table

Create a functional, public icon for action against child hunger with these instructions.

Logos & Templates

Use the What Will You Bring to the Table? logo and other templates to help create your table or tablecloth.

How to Make A Tablecloth

Turn any inside space into a hub of activity against child hunger by creating a special What Will You Bring to the Table? tablecloth. This toolkit shows you how.

Families Toolkit

Spend quality time with your family while helping to feed hungry children in your community with these fact sheets, projects instructions, and more.

Teens Toolkit

Pros and beginners alike will find everything they need to organize their friends to take action: hunger education, project instructions, places to go for help and more!

Kids Toolkit

The youngest of leaders can take action with this toolkit. Find child hunger facts, project instructions, and more!

Schools Toolkit

Bring it to the classroom with these initiative-specific lesson plans correlated to Common Core and individual state standards, service-learning planning tools, and more!

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Project Ideas

Get instructions for these projects and more at www.generationOn.org

Breakfast Boxes

Take time at your table to make a set of "Breakfast Boxes" for families that need help getting an important start to the day. Get instructions!

Weekend Backpacks

Work together at your table to fill “We’ve Got Your Back-Packs” so kids can have healthy food over the weekend. Get instructions!

Do Now--Pantry Raid

Many food banks experience their lowest level of donations during the spring months. Raid your pantry to help end child hunger. Get instructions!

Compete Against Hunger

Bring teams to the table and hold a competitive food drive. See who can collect the most items—everyone wins! Get Instructions!

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Child Hunger is Unacceptable, Which is Why I Will Bring Something to the Table.

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