Need resources to help you communicate the benefits of family mealtimes to your audience? We can help. The Family Dinner Project has created co-branded digital toolkits, social media graphics and printable family resources for partners like No Kid Hungry, Blue Star Families, Cheerios, Common Sense Media and more. Examples of past resources include:
- Printable recipe and tip booklets
- Printable game and conversation cards
- Digital toolkits and family guides
- Co-branded articles and content sharing
Get in touch with The Family Dinner Project team to discuss sharing materials or partnering on resource creation for your community.
The Family Dinner Project facilitates workshops and training opportunities for a variety of groups. Our experiential events have included settings such as:
- Parent/grandparent workshops
- Corporate settings
- Educator workshops
- Home-school connection events (such as parent nights, PTO meetings and more)
- Continuing education opportunities for nutrition and mental health professionals
- Train-the-trainer workshops with public health, community engagement and other direct service professionals
Contact us to learn more about hosting a TFDP workshop with your group.
If you’re interested in bringing together people in your community for an active family dinner experience, check out our ready-to-go resources designed to help you plan and facilitate a TFDP event. Our Community Dinner models have been proven to provide positive modeling that guides families in creating long-term behavior change in their own homes. Plus, they’re a hands-on, fun way to build community!
Do you have questions about how to bring TFDP to your community? Contact us!
The Family Dinner Project team brings a broad spectrum of knowledge and experience in all aspects of family dinner and is pleased to share our expertise and enthusiasm. Team members can provide keynote addresses, panel participation and other interactive public speaking engagements to parent and community groups, health and mental health professionals, educators, and corporate workplaces.
Examples of previous topics include:
- Storytelling and Conversation at the Table
- Harnessing the Power of Family Dinners to Strengthen Families
- Getting the Most out of Your Family Dinner
- The Importance of Family Dinners During COVID-19
- Using the Power of Family Dinners to Make Change in Family Therapy
- How to Beat Conflict and Tension from Your Family Dinner Table
- How to Get Past One-Word Answers and Get Kids Talking
Contact us to learn more, or to request availability for a speaking engagement.