2014 Child Hunger Prevention Roadshow

Contact: Lesley Nelson

Manager, Child Hunger Prevention - Portland Metro

Email, (503) 595-5501, ext. 307

Contact: Rose Walker

Manager, Child Hunger Prevention - Statewide

Email, (503) 595-5501 ext. 324

February 19, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration for the 2014 Child Hunger Prevention Roadshow is OPEN

Please join us in McMinnville at the Hotel Oregon on Friday, April 11th, for a fantastic day of workshops, networking, information sharing, and fun!

Don't miss this year's keynote address from U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici. Serving Oregon's 1st District, Representative Bonamici is a great champion of our work and a tireless advocate for protecting Oregon's children.

Workshop offerings:

See the day's full agenda here!
 

Register soon, and don't forget to book your room at the Hotel Oregon before March 11th to receive a 10% discount

REGISTER HERE

 

 

 

 

 

2013 Summer and Afterschool Meals Roadshow

Many thanks to everyone who helped make the 2013 Summer and Afterschool Meals Roadshow a great success!

For the second year in a row, the beautiful Surftides Hotel in Lincoln City hosted the event and extended weekend discounts for those who wanted to enjoy a longer stay at the beach.

We were excited to be joined by the new CEO of the Oregon Food Bank, Susannah Morgan, who kicked off the event with a keynote presentation, "Food Today, Food Tomorrow, and Food for All." Next, 211info's Jonathan Fell discussed the recent statewide expansion of their health, community and social services information. Workshop presentations from our partnering organizations included invaluable information, such as an introduction to the Live It! activity curriculum with the Oregon Dairy Council, Understanding Poverty and Stigma with CoActive Connections, Menu-Planning with Feast Portland chefs Justin Wills of Restaurant Beck and Gregory Gourdet of Departure Restaurant + Lounge, and Attracting the Media to your Site with Catholic Charities of Oregon.

To add even more excitement to the day, all of our participants received welcome bags from the Lincoln City Visitor's Center and four lucky participants went home with door prizes which were generously donated by the Oregon Dairy Council, the Learning Palace, and the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

Thanks everyone for making this event wonderful!

Below are downloadable versions of presentations and materials from the event:

2013 Roadshow Agenda

Roadshow Agenda

Presenter Bios

Opening Plenary

Keynote Presentation - Susannah Morgan, CEO Oregon Food Bank

Breakout Session 1

Oregon Dairy Council - Fuel Up to Play 60 Curriculum

CoActive Connections - Understanding Poverty and Stigma (presentation)

CoActive Connections - Understanding Poverty and Stigma (notes)

Breakout Session 2

Putting the Fun in Fundraising

Breakout Session 3

Advocacy 101

Meet the Press

2012 Roadshow - did you miss it?

The 2012 Summer and Afterschool Meals Roadshow in Lincoln City was a great success!

Sponsors and partners from across the state joined us for a day of information sharing and networking to help build strong and sustainable Summer Food and Afterschool Meal Programs for Oregon's kids. Workshops included presentations from successful program sponsors/partners, resources to take home, and opportunities to connect with people nourishing kids around the state.

As our first Roadshow on the Oregon Coast, we were blown away by the generosity of the Lincoln County community and quality of participation throughout the event.  We also greatly appreciate those who traveled from other corners of the state to participate and present information. 

Below are downloadable versions of presentations and materials from the event:

2012 Roadshow Agenda

Roadshow Agenda

Presenter Bios

Opening Plenary

Opening Presentation - Libby Albert, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA Western Region

Breakout Session 1

Section A: Building Collaborative Partnerships

Deanna Pearl - Vernonia, OR

Vicki Hartel, Salem Keizer School District
Section B:  Out-of-School Time and Nutrition Programs 101

Oregon After School for Kids

Nurtition Programs 101- Rose Walker, PHFO

Breakout Session 2

Section A: Developing a Community Outreach Plan

Outreach Best Practices, Annie Kirschner PHFO

Section B: Recruiting and Utilizing Volunteers

Tina Shantz, Oregon Campus Compact

Karen Roth, Food for Lane County

Coral Cook, Our Savior's Lutheran Church

Breakout Session 3

Section B: Creative Menu Planning

Val Bako, Beaverton School District

Toby Winn, Neighbors for Kids

Carolyn Morrison, Child Care Development Services

Summer Food Support Grant

Click Here for 2012 Summer Support Grant Information

We would like to thank The Suftides Hotel for offering us such a wonderful meeting space and a delicious lunch!

 

2011 Roadshow

2011 Summer and Afterschool Meals Summit (Roadshow) in Madras, OR

Below are downloadable versions of presentations and materials from the event:

2011 Roadshow Agenda

Roadshow Agenda (PDF 47 KB)

List of Presenters and Contacts (PDF 46 KB)

Opening Plenary

Opening Presentation (PDF 441 KB)

Breakout Session 1

Section A: Summer and Afterschool Meals 101

Summer and Afterschool Meals 101 Presentation (PDF 2 MB)

Afterschool Meals Online Guide

Section B: Administration Nuts and Bolts

Bend LaPine School District Presentation (PDF 5.5 MB)

Sisters School District Menu (PDF 238 KB)

Sisters School District Flyer (PDF 88 KB)

Breakout Session 2

Section A: Pitching Your Program

Pitching Your Program Presentation (PDF 962 KB)

Working with the Media Handout (PDF 154 KB)

Top 10 Tips for Writing Press Releases (PDF 49 KB)

Section B: Stellar Program Models

Condon Summer Flyer (PDF 33 KB)

Condon Summer Flyer #2 (PDF 299 KB)

Condon Volunteer Ask (PDF 41 KB)

Breakout Session 3

Section B: Best Practices to Boost Participation

Washington County Activity Resources list (PDF 105 KB)

Strategies to Boost Participation Handout (PDF 82 KB)

Oregon State University Extension Resources Handout (PDF 68 KB)

 

We would like to thank Whole Foods for donating breakfast pastries and fruit.  Also, Great Earth Natural Foods catered a fantastic lunch and Madras Conservative Baptist Church provided a great space.