COVID-19 RESOURCE HUB2020-08-05T18:37:22+00:00

COVID-19 RESOURCE HUB

Resources for individuals, organizations, and networks engaged in food system change to identify priorities and ways to take action during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources are compiled from local and national partners involved in the Good Food Purchasing Program. We will do our best to update resources weekly. 

FEATURED RESOURCES AND ACTIONS:

Questions about how Good Food Purchasing Program coalitions, partners, and allies are responding? Suggestions of resources or actions to add?

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RESOURCES, PRIORITIES & PLATFORMS

Click to learn more about how partners are responding to the Covid-19 crisis.

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MESSAGING GUIDE

The Covid-19 pandemic shines a light on the deep-seated problems in our food system and the solutions our communities have already been working on and advocating. We are at a critical moment in which we have an opportunity to share our approach with new audiences. This messaging guide was created by Good Food Purchasing Program partners to help food system changemakers articulate their vision of a values-based emergency response and long-term vision.
GOOD FOOD PURCHASING PROGRAM COVID-19 MESSAGING GUIDE

ACTIONS

CURRENT ACTIONS

PAST ACTIONS

#GoodFoodRising

Local and national partners in the Good Food movement are mobilizing their networks, resources, and relationships to respond to the needs of their communities and promote a values-driven response to the crisis in our local, state, and federal policies. For stories of #GoodFoodRising around the country, search the hashtag and follow @GoodFoodCities on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

CONTACT

FOR LOCAL FOOD COALITIONS AND FOOD POLICY COUNCILS:

For support developing Covid-19 communication materials, policy platforms, or action strategies, contact covid19@goodfoodpurchasing.org with the subject line “Covid-19 support request”.

FOR THE MEDIA: 

For press inquiries regarding local, regional, or national stories about food system policy priorities and responses to Covid-19, please contact covid19@goodfoodpurchasing.org with the subject line “Covid-19 press inquiry”.  

FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION REGARDING FOOD PROCUREMENT:

If you are a public institution or local group seeking information about how the Good Food Purchasing Program can work in your city or region, contact the Center for Good Food Purchasing at info@goodfoodpurchasing.org 

FOR INSPIRING STORIES FROM GOOD FOOD PARTNERS ON THE FRONTLINES:

Follow @goodfoodcities on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for updates.