How do I start The Family Dinner Project’s Community Dinner Series with a school, community group or neighborhood?
Starting The Family Dinner Project’s Community Dinner Series in a school, community group or neighborhood is a powerful way to create a community of support for families who want to change their dinner habits.
Perhaps your group shares our mission of supporting the success of families. Perhaps your school, club, senior center or religious organization is looking for more ways to help families share meaningful time together. Or perhaps you’d like to organize dinners in your neighborhood or with a network of friends. The Family Dinner Project can help.
We provide you with:
- An Organizer’s Toolkit with checklists, agendas, games, conversation starters and food preparation advice, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
- A free consult with a member of the FDP team to help you think through the opportunities and challenges of your event.
- Online Access to our 4-week program Food, Fun and Conversation: 4-Weeks to Better Family Dinners, which will help families bring these ideas home to work on.
- To learn more about how to create a Community Dinner Series with your school, neighborhood or community group, please contact The Family Dinner Project Team.
To learn to host The Family Dinner Project’s Community Dinner Series — or to bring FDP facilitators in to host one for you: