We have resources to share with you!
Messaging One-Pager – Water Access and Safety
Voices for Healthy Kids is pleased to share a newly developed messaging resource for advocates and campaign managers on water access and safety. We are pleased to provide this messaging one-pager based on our research findings that can be widely distributed, offering:
- Tips on how to talk about the issue from a policy change frame
- Key messages that have been found to be effective through polling and focus groups
- User-friendly charts that show what language to use and what language to avoid for most effective messaging
You can find all of the messaging one-pagers that have been developed here. We believe that this tool will provide the movement with clear, consistent language based in message research and unify the way we talk about public policy change to support our work in making each day healthier for all children.
Local Wellness Policies – Just the Facts
Voices for Healthy Kids and Center for Science in the Public Interest has released a new infographic on school district wellness policies. The infographic shares statistics on components of a local wellness policy such as physical education, school marketing, and nutrition education.
The infographic can used to inform your school advocacy campaigns and provide local districts with baseline data to update their wellness policies. The infographic and additional tools and resources to support your local wellness policy campaign can be found here.
Memo: How two cities are successfully enforcing kids’ meal ordinances
Voices for Healthy Kids and Center for Science in the Public Interest has release a new memo that provides information on how two California cities are successfully enforcing kids’ meal ordinances at little cost, but great benefit, to the public as a model for other localities.