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Our hunger education and outreach offerings include:

Hunger Education Workshops

Our team offers free interactive group workshops for 3rd grade through adult audiences. Workshops educate the community about the Food Bank and the issues that surround hunger and food insecurity as well as help participants identify ways to take action. These experiences can be tailored to the age, knowledge level and number of participants. Past participants include corporate teams, teachers, college students, health professionals, public and private school students, volunteers and more.

One impactful workshop experience is our Community Food Experience. We have both in-person and digital versions of this simulation, but due to COVID-19, only digital workshops are offered at this time. This powerful interactive simulation allows participants to gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of hunger and explores the impact food insecurity has on individuals and communities. The digital simulation can be facilitated with groups of 10-50 people ranging in age from middle school to adult. Fill out the workshop request form to schedule a digital Community Food Experience or download a PDF version of the in-person Community Food Experience with facilitation guide to educate your own group.

Click the button below to request a workshop. Once received, our team will follow up with you to confirm details and discuss any questions you may have.

If you are a College/University Student working on a project and would like to speak to a Food Bank representative, please email education@acfb.org. Requests must be made a minimum of 2 weeks before project deadline.

Hunger 101 Girl Scout Patch Program

Over twenty years ago, the Atlanta Community Food Bank in partnership with the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta developed the Hunger 101 Patch Program for Girl Scout Daisies through Girl Scout Ambassadors. Through the Hunger 101 Patch Program, Girl Scouts will discover and connect to activities that will engage, educate and empower them to take action and fight hunger in their community.
Program Guidelines

Hunger 101 Girl Scout Workshop Request

Hunger 101 Patch Request Form

Daisy Patch Request Form

Brownie Patch Request Form

Junior Patch Request Form

Cadette Patch Request Form

Senior Patch Request Form

Ambassador Patch Request Form

Hunger Monster Toolkit (K-2)

Children can make a positive difference in the lives of other kids in need. In this step-by-step toolkit, teachers and parents can use these fun and informative resources to teach kindergarten to 2nd grade children about the Atlanta Community Food Bank and how they can help us stop the Hunger Monster.
Learn More Here!

Youth Programs

We offer multiple opportunities for students to get involved during the summer. Rising 8th through 12th graders interested in learning more about the Food Bank and how to become a change agent in their community can apply to our youth programs. Students get to see firsthand how we support the community and have hands-on opportunities to serve.

If you have any questions, please email youth.programs@acfb.org.

Applications for Youth Leadership Summit and Youth Service Summit are now CLOSED. Registrations for Youth Learn and Serve Day are still open until May 8th.

Youth Leadership Summit

Our Youth Leadership Summit’s goal is to develop and nurture the next generation of leaders to engage in our mission and help build a more food secure future. Each summer, 25 selected participants take part in unique service and leadership opportunities, and use what they learn to become advocates and make a dynamic impact in their communities. If you will be a rising 10th through 12th grade student, have an interest in hunger and poverty issues and are interested in gaining leadership skills to take action within your community, then this is the program for you!

Youth Service Summit

The Youth Service Summit is an opportunity for students to gain an understanding of the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s work and the challenges of food insecurity through hands-on service experiences. Each summer we select up to 25 rising 8th – 12th grade students who like to take action and are interested in learning through action by volunteering with the Food Bank and within our partner agency network. We ask students to use what they learn and in the course of the next school year complete a service project to tackle a real life problem in their community.

Youth Learn and Serve Day

Our Youth Learn and Serve Day is a 1-day introductory service learning opportunity where students receive an overview of the Food Bank and hunger issues and participate in a volunteer project. We are looking for rising 8th-12th graders who have either never or rarely volunteered with the Food Bank to offer a chance to see and learn what we do and how you can get involved.

Application

Permission Form

The Hunger 101 Curriculum (3rd-Adult)

All of our educational materials, including our Hunger 101 Curriculum can be used by most audiences and age groups and navigates beautifully from boardroom to classroom. To help Georgia teachers, this curriculum was aligned to Georgia Performance Standards and Common Core for easier classroom integration.

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