Hi there! Welcome back friends. Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day is coming quick. May 16th is the official day and my event is being held on May 17th. Food Revolution Day is all about getting kids excited about food………..Excited about eating a variety of good real food and cooking from real ingredients. It’s all about breaking the chicken nugget and sugary milk cycle and giving our children the tools to make healthy food decisions.
My local event for Food Revolution Day includes a professional cooking lesson for a large group of our local Girl Scouts. I’m very excited about the event and the RSVPs are pouring in. I kept the cost low for the event because I want to find sponsorships for the event and keep the cost low for the girls. I’ll be honest………..I’m in a bit of a panic. This is my first Food Revolution Day event and I have no sponsors yet. I’ve been turned down by a few places that I was sure would invest in the future of food and cooking. I will pull this off, but there is much work to do. If you know of anyone that would like to help out our local event, please email me at email@example.com. I need aprons, patches, paper products, and ingredients for the cooking class. This is an annual event and all sponsors will get world-wide recognition for supporting my local event. You can read more about our event here.
Now………..more about Food Revolution Day.
by chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver in 2012. The aim of the day is to raise the
profile of food education as the key to transforming the lives of millions of
people across the world. This year, the main focus is to get as many children
as possible excited about food and cooking on the day itself, which in turn
will inspire others to do the same.
ambassadors. We are currently planning events, both big and small, in support
of better food education.
Jamie Oliver Food Foundation in the UK and USA, as well as partners, The Good
Foundation, in Australia. The Food Revolution Ambassador Programme was launched
in 2012, following the first Food Revolution Day, to inspire and empower
volunteers everywhere to stand up for real food. Voluntary ambassadors are on
the ground working towards a food revolution and they’re the ones who will make
Food Revolution Day 2014 another fantastic occasion.
engage leaders throughout the year and to reach communities worldwide, bringing
together an international community of foodies, chefs, parents, educators,
companies and activists, while arming people with the knowledge and tools to
make healthier food choices.
on Food Revolution Day 2014, there are a bunch of recipes on the official
website, written especially with kids, families and grown-ups in mind, so
anyone can join in. To take part, simply sign up via:
www.foodrevolutionday.com, download one of the recipes, mark Friday 16 May in
your diary and get cooking on the big day. Just remember to share your foodie
pictures via social media: #FRD2014
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