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Connect food insecure households to resources that can help.

One of the biggest barriers to people utilizing food assistance programs is simply, lack of awareness. You can help by promoting and sharing these resources to promote SNAP, Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline, free meals for kids and more to all Massachusetts residents. 

Promote SNAP

SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, is a federal nutrition program (formerly known as food stamps) that provides monthly financial assistance to purchase groceries to Massachusetts residents who qualify. Help inform potentially eligible residents about SNAP and connect them to assistance to enroll. 

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#StartWithSNAP Social Toolkit

Download social media graphics to promote SNAP to potentially eligible residents in Massachusetts. They can learn more by visiting StartWithSNAP.org or by calling Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline.

Available Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese & Chinese

Promote Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline

Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline is the only comprehensive statewide information and referral service in Massachusetts for people facing hunger. Always free & confidential for all Massachusetts residents, our counselors are ready to assist callers in 180 languages.

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FoodSource Hotline Digital Toolkit

Download social media images, robocall/text scripts, and email templates to share information about the FoodSource Hotline. We refresh the content in this folder as new assets become available. 

Available Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Haitain Creole, & Chinese

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Promote Free School Meals for Kids

Because of the pandemic, school meals are free for all kids & teens in Massachusetts through the 2021 school year, ages 0-18 and in some locations up to age 21. You can help by spreading the word to families across the state!