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Help us deliver FED UP movie to every school teacher in America so that every student can have a quality FOOD EDUCATION.
Help us deliver FED UP movie to every school teacher in America so that every student can have a quality FOOD EDUCATION.
1,135 backers pledged $162,903 to help bring this project to life.

A HUGE Thank You and Our Promise!

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Wow, it's been an exciting 48 hours!!! 198 backers have joined and almost $20,000 dollars has been raised in support of this campaign! It’s gratifying to see just how many people support this mission to get #FedUpinSchools. Before we go any further, we want to thank each of every one of our backers so far! We’re in this together now!

We also want to thank the men and women who inspired this campaign...Teachers. As we gear up for another school year, each of us has an opportunity with this campaign to thank a teacher for the work they do in out of the classroom.

This letter is our promise to teachers: 

 
If YOU care about food education and you want to give a teacher the tools to make their job just a little bit easier, then please pledge to the campaign and we’ll make that happen.

If you ARE a teacher who wants to use FED UPin the classroom you can sign-up to receive your free food education kit right now on our website. 

Here’s just one example of how FED UP is being used in the classroom:

"I got the movie approved and showed it to my Nutrition & Wellness classes (9th-12th graders). They were totally shocked. It absolutely made a difference. Fed Up was the perfect amount of history/research and entertainment so it held the kids' interest."- Stephanie Danner, Family & Consumer Science Teacher

A huge welcome to everyone who has just joined the FED UP team and to those of you who have not yet pledged your support, now’s the time to get FED UP !

Best, Katie, Laurie, Stephanie and the entire Fed Up Team!

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      Sharon Friedberg on September 3, 2015

      How can this effort be adapted for use in teaching elementary age students?

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      Greg Moroney on September 3, 2015

      Great work on Opie radio, probably wouldn't have heard about the project without their support.