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How can you implement a local food fundraiser in your school? Using the Sustain Mizzou food drive as an example, we describe the history of our fundraiser and ways we've spiced up the advertising for ...

How can you implement a local food fundraiser in your school? Using the Sustain Mizzou food drive as an example, we describe the history of our fundraiser and ways we've spiced up the advertising for it—making it fun to volunteer!

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  • Local Food for Local People
    • What is Local Food for Local People?
    • What worked?
    • How do you implement a local food fundraiser on your campus?
    • How do you get results?
  • Learning from History
    Once upon a time there was a boy named Jared Cole with three goals:
    To supply fresh and nutritious food to people in poverty
    To support local farmers
    To reduce pollution created in food
    transport
    6 years later…
  • How to get results
    Research. Know your community, talk to people, collaborate.
    Organize. Balance the creative side with a realistic time and monetary budget.
    Mobilize!! Tell your campus all about it.
    Wear costumes. It just feels right.
    Purchase. Talk to farmers and food banks.
  • Pep Rallies Matter!
    Dedicated Volunteers Matter!
  • How to move from the idea stage to the action stage
    Outreach. Tables, posters, flash mobs, video – get creative!
    Collaborate. Find other organizations across campus to help volunteer.
    Incentive. Patches, friends and fun.
    Lead. Strong voices make this project possible.
    Interact. Build relationships with your community.
  • AASHE themes
    Education.
    Campus outreach.
    Fundraising.
    Social justice.
    Health.
    Local economies.
  • Questions?
    www.sustainmizzou.org
    Kelly Gehringer
    kjgwd5@mail.missouri.edu
    Monica Everett
    meverett16@gmail.com