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  1. 1. End Childhood Hunger By <br />2015<br />
  2. 2. Why do kids go hungry?<br />
  3. 3. The scope of the problem<br />12.6<br />1.8<br />16<br />million kids are at risk <br />of hunger in America<br />million homes with<br />children receive food <br />from food pantries<br />million kids qualify for <br />summer meals but <br />don’t receive them<br />11.7<br />9.6<br />$372<br />million children in<br />America live in poverty<br />million eligible children <br />do not receive free or <br />reduced-price school <br />breakfast<br />is the average weekly<br />income of a family living <br />at the poverty line<br />26.7<br />$3.13<br />million Americans use<br />food stamps; half are <br />children<br />is the average food <br />stamp benefit per <br />person, per day<br />
  4. 4. Lack of clear accountability<br />“Running a Summer Meals program on Federal reimbursements alone is like trying to open a restaurant with only food. No chairs, no forks, no wait staff.”– Anne Sheridan, Maryland Director for No Kid Hungry Campaign <br />
  5. 5. What is Share our Strength?<br />Share Our Strength brings together key stakeholders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors around a common table to map out comprehensive plans to end childhood hunger at a state and local level. <br />
  6. 6. End childhood hunger by 2015<br />Share Our Strength has set an audacious but achievable goal to end childhood hunger in the US by 2015.<br /><ul><li>SNAP (food stamps)
  7. 7. Summer Food Service Program
  8. 8. School Breakfast
  9. 9. WIC (Supplemental Nutrition)
  10. 10. Afterschool snack/meal programs
  11. 11. Nutrition Education</li></li></ul><li> Example: Maryland Summer Meals<br />
  12. 12. Example: Summer Meals Bus<br />Share Our Strengthfunded summer breakfast and lunch programs increase access to healthy meals for kids when they are away from school programs.<br />
  13. 13. Example: Education Impact<br />Cooking Matters empowers families with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to prepare healthy affordable meals. <br />87% of adults report improving their cooking skills. <br />69% of adults said they were eating more fruit and vegetables than before the course.<br />
  14. 14. Example: Local Fundraising<br />Taste of the Nation is the premier culinary benefit dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America<br />Raised over $73M to date<br />+40 events across the United States and Canada<br />
  15. 15. How you can help<br />Taste of the Nation San Franciscois seeking Corporate Sponsors for its annual fundraising event.<br />April 7, 2011 at the Bently Reserve with +1000 participants. <br />Last year’s participating restaurants included:<br />Bar Agricole, Benu, Manzanita, A16,Bar Crudo, Bar Tartine, barbacco, Orson/Citizen Cake,COCO500 & The Moss Room, Delfina, Dosa, Jardinière, Maverick, Serpentine, Slow Club, SPQR, Zare at Fly Trap, and many more. <br />
  16. 16. Sponsorship Packages<br />Executive Chef: $50,000<br />Sous Chef: $25,000<br />Host: $10,000<br />Custom Sponsor Benefits can include the following: <br />Early arrival for Top Sponsors – enjoy early entrance to mingle with guest chefs, enjoy a glass of champagne, and have an early view of auction items<br />Positioning of company’s logo on all printed event material <br />Positioning for event signage <br />Positioning and link on San Francisco’s website www.tasteofthenation.org<br />Sponsor recognition during opening remarks at event<br />Opportunity for live comments during the event<br />Company name listed in all press releases<br />Logo inclusion in email blast<br />Product or literature in post-event goody bag <br />Event ticket bundles<br />
  17. 17. America’s Top Chefs<br />Share Our Strengthis the charity of choice for the culinary community.<br />Todd English<br />OLiVES, Figs<br />Daniel Boulud<br />Daniel, Café Boulud<br />Thomas Keller<br />French Laundry, Bouchon, Per Se<br />Mary Sue Milliken & <br />Susan Feniger<br />Ciudad, Border Grill<br />Govind Armstrong<br />Table 8, Chadwick<br />Wolfgang Puck<br />Spago, Chinois, CUT<br />Traci Des Jardins<br />Jardinière, Public House, Mijita<br />Floyd Cardoz<br />Tabla <br />
  18. 18. Top NationalCorporate Sponsors<br />