HELP SPREAD THE WORD
Help put Range in the hands of trusted adults who can guide youth to the nearest free meal site. Librarians, clergy, social workers, people who manage youth programs, and anyone who interacts with youth this summer: tell them about free meal sites in your area.
DOWNLOAD AND PRINT
Use these resources to share Range with your community, your professional organizations, and those whom you believe can help encourage youth to free meal sites this summer.
Print this general information 8.5 x11 one sheet.
Print and display this 8.5 x 11 color poster.
Distribute these 3x5 double-sided cards. Professional printing recommended.
HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
Use the following messages to get the word out or write your own.
Free and reduced-price meals are a mainstay in America’s public school cafeterias, and when the last bell rings for the school year, those meals leave schools and are served at public libraries, parks, churches, and other community organizations across the country. Thanks to the USDA's Summer Food Service Program, the meals continue when school is out, but fewer than 10 percent of young people who receive meals at school find those same meals during the summer. Busy schedules don’t slow down in the summer, and it can be hard for families to know when and where the meals are served, especially when that information might change.
The Range app solves this problem, locating where free meals for school-aged youth are served during the summer months. Please tell people who work with youth about these resources, and encourage them to download Range, a free app that locates these free meals across the country.
Share what you shared!
Once you’ve referred someone to a meal site using Range, tell us about it!
Tweet or Facebook the name of the place where you sent a youth.
Take a screenshot of the meal site on your phone or show everyone what Range looks like in your town.
Let us know how you’ve used Range!