Food Day is people-powered, and can only have an impact through the support of individuals and institutions who believe in the importance of healthy, sustainable, affordable food.
When you make a donation to Food Day, your money pays for organizers around the country who are advocating for more healthy, sustainable, affordable food in their communities. A contribution of just $100 could help teachers print copies of the Food Day School Curriculum for their class, support one of our team of hardworking interns, or distribute colorful and informative posters and flyers to promote local Food Day events.
Check out this sample list to see how your dollars can make a major contribution to Food Day.
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Thank you for your contribution to help America Eat Real.
Food Day welcomes active involvement from businesses that are interested in advancing Food Day goals. To avoid conflicts of interest, however, Food Day does not accept funding from corporations or government.