Join the campaign to enroll more seniors and unemployed Minnesotans in SNAP.
Currently, only 65 percent of eligible Minnesotans and 41 percent of eligible seniors, age 60 and over, receive Food Support benefits.
One in 10 Minnesotans are not getting adequate nutrition. And for many families, putting food on the table is a financial challenge. SNAP is a great resource available to help these families.
With a call to the Minnesota Food HelpLine, we can provide vital support for people facing hunger.
• SNAP and other program eligibility screening
• Referrals to food/grocery help near their home
You can feel confident referring families and seniors to the Minnesota Food helpline. We have the most current information on nutrition programs and can offer local hunger solutions in every part of the state.
Collateral campaign materials include posters, brochures, tear pads, flyers, mail inserts, postcards, door hangers and table tents.
The campaign targets two audiences: seniors and the situationally poor or recently unemployed. Through research conducted by the Good Works team, it was determined that members of these audiences were inclined to think they did not qualify for assistance or reluctant to accept help — or both. This campaign makes the program criteria very clear, hopefully helping to remove the stigma from a supplemental food solution that people need and can use.
We have senior and family themed materials and more! Some materials are available in Spanish, Somali, Hmong and Russian. Some can be customized with your contact information.All are market tested and free to order. (some shipping fees may apply)