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  1. 1. colors typography STRENGTH.ORG/MAINE see page 11 ogo spaceprotected space cted space sizemum size sizeminimum ngco-branding andingprograms ams logosontal logoslogoshorizontalscolors hy ypography raphy PROGRAMS Share Our Strength’s name is included in every program’s logo, and since the mark and name are consistently see pagepage 11 see 11see page 11 applied, the use of the primary logo is no longer necessary. Every program clearly identifies that it is a part of Share Our Strength’s brand. SHARE OUR STRENGTH | MAINE The programs’ names must always appear with the line “Share Our Strength’s” and the tagline “No Kid Hungry.” For minimum size, refer to primary logo’s restrictions. The Presenting sponsor logos such as ConAgra Foods Foundation, Domino Sugar and C&H should be ad- justed according to each brand’s guidelines, and sponsor’s marks used according to each sponsor’s own brand guidelines, even if inconsistent among sponsors, e.g. Domino Sugar and C&H vs. ConAgra Foods Foundation. These logos are meant to be flexible within the lockup as long as the the primary focus is on the Share Our Strength program logo. Revised 10/15/10 SHARE OUR STRENGTH BRAND GUIDELINES I Page 11 PROGRAMS PROGRAMS PROGRAMS Share Our Our Strength’s namename is in every program’s logo, andlogo,sincesince the marknamename are consistently Share Strength’s name is included included in every program’s and and mark and and and consistently Share Our Strength’s is included in every program’s logo, since the the mark name are are consistently applied, the use of the primary logologo islongerno longer necessary. Every program clearly identifies it partpart of applied, the use of the primary is no no is necessary. Every program clearly identifies that that a is ait of a part of applied, the use of the primary logo longer necessary. Every program clearly identifies it is that is Share Our Our Strength’s brand. Share Strength’s brand. brand. Share Our Strength’s The The programs’ names must must always appear line “Share Our Our Strength’s” and tagline “No “No Hungry.” Hungry.” programs’ names must always appear withwith the line “Share Strength’s” and the the tagline Kid Kid Hungry.” The programs’ names always appear the with the line “Share Our Strength’s” and the tagline “No Kid For minimumminimum refer refer tologo’s restrictions. For size, refer to primary primary logo’s restrictions. For minimum size, size, to primary logo’s restrictions. The The Presenting sponsor logos such such as ConAgra Foods Foundation,Sugar and and C&H shouldad- ad- ad- Presenting sponsor logos such as ConAgra Foods Foundation, Domino Domino Sugar and C&H should be The Presenting sponsor logos as ConAgra Foods Foundation, Domino Sugar C&H should be be justed according to each brand’s guidelines, and and sponsor’s marks used used accordingsponsor’s ownown brand justed according to brand’s guidelines, sponsor’s marks used according to each to sponsor’s brand justed according to each each brand’s guidelines, and sponsor’s marks according to each each sponsor’s own brand guidelines, even if inconsistent among sponsors, e.g. e.g. Domino Sugar and C&HConAgra ConAgra Foods Foundation. guidelines, even even if inconsistent among sponsors, e.g.Sugar and C&H and vs. ConAgra Foods Foundation. guidelines, if inconsistent among sponsors, Domino Domino Sugar vs. C&H vs. Foods Foundation. These logos arelogos are meant to be flexible within the lockup as long as the thefocus is on the is on the Share Our These logos meant to be flexible within the lockup as long as the the primary primary focus Share Our Our These are meant to be flexible within the lockup as long as the primary focus is on the Share Strength Strength program logo. program logo. Strength program logo. SHARE STRENGTH STRENGTH BRAND I Page Page 11 OUR STRENGTH BRAND GUIDELINES I 11 Revised 10/15/10 SHARE OURSHARE OUR BRAND GUIDELINESGUIDELINES I Page 11 Revised 10/15/10 Revised 10/15/10 NOKIDHUNGRY NOKIDHUNGRY
  2. 2. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEOUR NO KID HUNGRYPARTNERSBelow are just a few of our amazing sponsors, without whom our eventscould not be successful or possible. THE MAGAZINE Restaurant AssociationNO KID HUNGRY EVENTSShare Our Strength is fortunate to work in partnership with the KennebunkportFestival the the Portland Harbor Hotel Ice Bar to raise funds and awareness surround-ing the fight against childhood hunger. NOKIDHUNGRY
  3. 3. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEGROWING UPHUNGRY IN MAINE, nearly one in four kids suffer from food insecurity— limited or uncertain access to the nutritional foods they need to develop to their full potential. Children who suffer from chronic hunger endure lifelong consequences including poor health, behavioral difficulties, and impaired performance at school. Also, participation in nutritional programs is directly related to healthy living. School aged girls across the United States that participate in programs like school lunch and breakfast are 68% less likely to be overweight than girls suffering from hunger insecurity who do not participate in programs.* In Portland alone, 13% of people live below the poverty line. The national average household income of a family living below the poverty line is less than $21,834 per year. (U.S. Census Bureau, ACS, 2009) THE GOOD NEWS: TOGETHER WE HAVE THE STRENGTH TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE! NEARLY 17 MILLION CHILDREN IN AMERICA Ted Axelrod Photography NOKIDHUNGRY ARE AT RISK OF HUNGER. CHEF ROB EVANS OF DUCKFAT AND HUGO’S * Source: “Lower Risk of Overweight in School-aged Food-Insecure Girls Who Participate in Food Assistance.” Archives of Pediatrics & Adulescent Medicine, Vul. 157, No. 8, pp. 780-784, August 2003.
  4. 4. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEOUR GOAL:END CHILDHOODHUNGER BY 2015 WE FIND SHARE OUR STRENGTH® is a national organization that works to make sure no kid in America grows up hungry. CHILDHOOD We weave together a network of community groups, activists, and food programs to identify children at risk HUNGER of hunger and provide them with access to nutritious food where they live, learn, and play. We raise funds WHERE IT and award grants, provide educational programming, convene non-profits to create state strategies, and HIDES AND partner with leading corporations who share our goal to end childhood hunger in America. WORK HARD Share Our Strength believes that the problem is not TO END IT. a matter of food production, but one of access NOKIDHUNGRY and education. Through the strength of dedicated, committed volunteers who support our fundraising efforts and community organizations that put our resources to good use, Share Our Strength finds childhood hunger where it hides and works hard to end it. We are committed to ending childhood hunger in America by 2015.
  5. 5. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEWORKINGWITH SHARE OUR STRENGTH SHARE OUR STRENGTH WORKS WITH COMPANIES TO ACHIEVE A COMMON GOAL: ENDING CHILDHOOD HUNGER. WHY DO WE NEED YOU? Share Our Strength is a volunteer organization, benefitting from the time and talent of concerned Mainers. With one in every four children in Maine living with food insecurity, there is lots of work to be done. The result is a powerful network for reaching hungry children throughout the state. You can support our efforts with one day of your time or a year round-commitment. WHY DO MAINERS SUPPORT SHARE OUR STRENGTH? Our sponsors believe that Maine children should not have to goSHARE YOUR STRENGTH hungry. Local and national sponsors help cover event expenses such as venue and equipment rentals, liability insurance and printing costs. Because of their generosity, we can ensure thatThere are several levels of funds raised at our events are granted to organizations that fightsponsorships available that can be hunger in Maine.customized to local organizations. Funds raised at our events are directed toward the most effectiveCall us today to discuss how we food aid organizations in the state and beyond. Our Mainecan work together to make sure beneficiaries are: The Preble Street Teen Center, The Goodevery child in Maine has access to Shepherd Food Bank, Cultivating Community, and Opportunityhealthy meals: Alliance. The result is a powerful network for reaching childrenJohn Woods throughout the state. Our beneficiaries seek to eliminate thejohn@sosme.org immediate and long-term obstacles to access of nutritionally617 283-7334 sound food.Whitney Brucewhitney@sosme.org207 956-1817 79,000 KIDS NOKIDHUNGRY IN MAINE LIVE WITH FOOD INSECURITY.
  6. 6. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEOUR IMPACTIN THE COMMUNITY PROCEEDS FROM OUR EVENTS WILL SUPPORT THESE ORGANIZATIONS WHICH ARE DEDICATED TO FIGHTING HUNGER IN MAINE: CULTIVATING COMMUNITY Cultivating Community teaches organic and sustainable farming practices to grow food in school gardens, community spaces, and partnering farms to feed the most vulnerable in Maine. OPPORTUNITY ALLIANCE Opportunity Alliance helps to reduce hunger in the community by providing nutritious, affordable, and accessible meals to children and seniors. The program is partially funded by Opportunity Alliance’s social entrepreneurial business wing. Some of their programs include summer, weekend and vacation meals for school children. GOOD SHEPHERD FOOD BANK Good Shepherd Food Bank’s mission is to provide food for those experiencing food insecurity by soliciting surplus food and serving as an umbrella organization for food distribution to 100% OF non-profit programs and food pantries throughout Maine.TICKET SALES PREBLE STREET TEEN CENTER Preble Street Teen Center is the hub of services for homeless SUPPORT and runaway youth, providing immediate access and an acclaimed service coordination model. The Center helps to meet immediate EFFORTS needs by providing warmth and safety, nutritious meals, clothing, and crisis intervention. TO END NOKIDHUNGRY NO KID HUNGRY PROGRAM CHILDHOOD Share our Strength’s umbrella program to create partnerships, educate families about nutrition, feed children, and build HUNGER. national awareness regarding the barriers that prevent kids from accessing the food they need.
  7. 7. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINEMAINERECOGNITIONPROMOTION & THE MAINE RESTAURANT COMMUNITY HAS BECOME THE FREQUENT SUBJECT OF RAVE RESTAURANT REVIEWS. Home to many of the country’s best chefs (as recognized by the James Beard Foundation), Portland was recently touted as “America’s Foodiest Small Town 2009” by Bon Appetit. Food & Wine called Portland’s food scene “all-around terrific,” and The New York Times deemed the city “one of the best places to eat in the Northeast.” At Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation Maine, attendees will enjoy cuisine from Maine’s top chefs, wines, local beers, premium spirits, live entertainment and dancing, and a superb auction. HONORARY CHEF CHAIRS Rob Evans, Hugo’s (James Beard Winner) Sam Hayward, Fore Street (James Beard Winner) Larry Matthews, Back Bay Grill (4 Diamond Winner) Lee Skawinski, Cinque Terra/Vignola Steve Corry, 555/Petite Jacqueline Jeff Landry, The Farmers Table PAST CULINARY PARTNERS INCLUDE 555/Petite Jacqueline Eve’s at the Garden Stonewall Kitchen Back Bay Grill Fore Street Swan’s Way Bar Lola Francine Bistro The Corner Room Bresca Grace The Edge Restaurant Browne Trading Hugo’s The Farmer Table NOKIDHUNGRY Company Local 188 The Front Room Buttercup Cupcakes Miyake The Grill Room Cinque Terre/Vignola Natalie’s The Salt Exchange Cleonice Mediterranean Primo Bistro Sea Glass David’s Solo Bistro Duckfat Sonny’s El Camino Standard Bakery
  8. 8. STRENGTH.ORG/MAINE CONTACT MAINE SHARE OUR STRENGTH We work hard to find creative, exciting and unique ways to involve JOIN US! your brand in our programs. Contact us today to schedule an informational meeting. John Woods Here’s the amazing part: cash and jwoods@sosme.org in-kind sponsorships underwrite 617 283-7334 all costs for Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation. This means that Whitney Bruce 100% of ticket sales support efforts to whitney@sosme.org end childhood hunger. Our all 207 956-1817 volunteer committee of committed professionals is committed to raising as much as we can to end childhood hunger while minimizing all expenses. For a more detailed understanding of YOU HAVE how we are the most efficient fundraising organization in the state THE STRENGTH please contact us today. TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Call and get involved today! LEARN MORE3 TasteOfTheNation.org/Maine Facebook.com/SOSMaine @SOSMaine @tastenation NOKIDHUNGRY Printing generously donate by:

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