- About Hunger
- Women of Faith for 1,000 Days
- U.S. Hunger
- Global Hunger
- Hunger & Poverty Facts
- Maternal & Child Nutrition
- Foreign Assistance
- Poverty-Focused Programs
- Development Goals
- Food Security Initiative
- Trade and Agriculture
- Climate Change
- Immigration and Hunger
- The Bible and Hunger
Creative Actions for 1,000 Days Champions
There are many great ways to educate your community and your members of Congress about maternal and child nutrition in the 1,000-day window.
In Your Church
- Give a minute-for-mission in Sunday morning services.
- Lead a program at your Wednesday night supper, or in your small group or adult-education session.
- Write an article for your church newsletter.
In Your Community
- Hold a "global baby shower," with or without a baby.
- Keep a jar of conversation-starting facts on your desk at work. You can find facts for the jar on pages 8 and 9 of our full kit.
- Write a letter to the editor of your local paper.
On Social Media
- Follow Women of Faith for 1,000 Days on Facebook and repost your favorite photos or articles.
- Write an entry in your blog about 1,000 Days. Write for the Bread blog about your work as a champion for nutrition.
- Tweet using the #1000days and #BreadActs hashtags to share stories about 1,000 Days. Follow those hashtags and retweet your favorite tweets.
- Tweet (or Facebook message) your members of Congress with your favorite stories and pictures. Let them know why nutrition is important to you as a constituent.
With Your Members of Congress
- Engage your members in social media campaigns.
- Send jars filled with facts to your members of Congress.
- Letters to the editor that are published in your local newspaper also reach your members of Congress.
- Develop a scrapbook about nutrition. Include pictures and facts about the importance of nutrition and cost-effective ways to improve it.