Throughout the week, Tuesday, January 18 – Friday, January 21, Project Bread will be heading to social media to promote, destigmatize, and share critical information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Are you ready to show up with us? On Thursday, January 20, we want you to join us and thousands of people across our state to use your voice to help families and individuals in need learn about the food benefits offered by SNAP.
To help our food-insecure neighbors today, check out our SNAP Awareness Day Social Media Toolkit and follow the simple instructions to promote SNAP on your social media accounts!
Misinformation about SNAP and fear of stigma create barriers to participation. Posting on your social media account helps combat both!
SNAP is the most utilized nutrition program in the nation, but an estimated 700,000 eligible Massachusetts residents aren't receiving the critical support offered by SNAP.
Will you make a difference today by using our SNAP Awareness Day Social Media Toolkit to get the word out to all those who are eligible?
Please, join the effort and help raise awareness about this vital program!
Why stop at SNAP? Visit our Resource Hub and explore all the resources and social toolkits you can use to share other important resources, including Free Meals for Kids, Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline, and more.