These Avon students just edited their awesome Food Rescue Man video. We need voices like this to put an end to school food waste that results in 1 billion food items annually in landfills instead of food pantries. Students like these are leading a revolution. You can join them by challenging your school district to get involved.
Students everywhere are beginning to speak out against the 1 billion unopened and unpeeled food items that are thrown into our landfills every year by America's schools. There is a solution, but it will take voices like Amber to change the system.
Food Rescue Friends,
If you are short on time to read our E newsletter this month, please view this 2 minute PSA filmed by a 12 year old that I received unexpectedly this month. It's the entire focus of the newsletter.
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So what is the impact?
The impact of Gloria's video is that she demonstrates money alone is not the only way to capture the attention of all the school districts across Indiana and the rest of our country. What we need is thousands of people willing to share Gloria's passionate message, to inspire new "Glorias" to believe they can make a difference, and to inspire teachers, superintendents, school boards, food service directors, television stations, newspapers, and anyone that will listen that food is not trash.
What Can You Do?
We need people to post Gloria's film, and spread the message. Would you be willing to post Gloria's video to Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and media outlets to help our state lead our nation away from the absurd practice of teaching our students that unopened food is trash? We can show Gloria and other students that their passionate voices can make a difference in the world! Please share the video now!