Money for Food
The goal of the Money for Food Curriculum is to help families with limited resources become more food secure. The means for reaching this goal is education about managing family resources to better enable participating families to purchase adequate, nutritious food throughout the month. The lessons are designed for use with food stamp eligible families, but are usable with all limited resource audiences. Money for Food is a series of short interactive lessons to teach about planning meals and spending money for food. Most lessons are designed to be taught in 20 minutes or less. Lessons are designed to be taught in small group settings; most are adaptable for teaching individual participants.
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January 29, 2015
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