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I Am An Individual

Not a brand, but still want to get involved? We’ll help you get started! Here are a few resources to help you use your voice to make a difference in your local community. 

These are the main areas we’ve identified for individuals to take action:

Educate yourself! Stay on top of the latest terms, policy updates and important developments in the nutrition space.

Visit our education page to learn more about nutrition insecurity and food justice

Use conscious language when talking about food access, food systems and food justice.

  • This means considering all values, cultures, diverse indigenous food systems, traditions and local circumstances that contribute to the choices people make around food.
  • Learn what terms to use by visiting Healthline’s Conscious Language guide.
  • Dive deeper with the Healthy Living Coalition Food Advocacy Terms 101 and learn how to talk about the issues.

Train your Instagram algorithm to share more about these issues by following relevant accounts.

Share what you know with friends, family and neighbors. You never know who you’ll inspire!

  • Raising awareness with just one or two people can have a huge ripple effect over time.
  • Help us spread the word on social media! We have easy infographics for you to share! Keep us in the loop by using hashtags: (#foodsystems/ #healthylivingcoalition / #goodfood4all, etc.)

Take a closer look at food and nutrition insecurity in your neighborhood.

Check out Feeding America’s map and the WFP’s global map to find areas that need a helping hand.

Support businesses that have signed the TKTKTK petition.

TKTK about how wages affect food insecurity.

Volunteer or donate to a local nonprofit focused on food justice and nutrition.

This is a great way to get started! Click here for a list of our favorite organizations.

Host a ‘Healthy’ food drive or donate to your local Food Bank.

Gather nourishing, healthful foods from THIS list. (Reach out to XYZ for tips if you are interested in hosting a healthy food drive in your community.)

Start a community garden or neighborhood nutrition program.

You can support the use of vegetable gardens at home, school and in the community or safely host activities like cooking classes or nutrition lessons to promote healthy food choices.

Contact elected officials and advocate for policy change at the national level.

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We can’t do this alone. Let’s work together to create a world where everyone has access to nutritious food. 

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