Join the eatFresh.org Work Group
eatFresh.org is a playful, engaging and intuitive website for Calfresh participants. With easy to prepare and inexpensive recipes, users will find ways to eat fresh, whole foods on a tight budget. Nutrition and chronic disease prevention messaging will be tied to recipes. This website is funded through a SNAP-Ed Innovative Projects grant from the California Department of Social Services to the San Francisco Human Services Agency.
Site will launch on August 15, 2013.
Want to contribute to eatFresh.org? Join the County Advisory Work Group:
- Help test the website and give feedback on look, feel and functionality
- Advise on the development of a promotional toolkit that county agencies, food banks and CBOs can use to connect eatfresh.org to existing initiatives
- Advise on cultural competency for CalFresh populations with whom you work
- Contribute county-specific information to be included on the site
Members are asked to participate three 30-minute conference calls in June and July on specific topics related to messaging, promotional materials, and cultural competency. Members will respond to 2 surveys and participate in user testing. In July 2013, members will be asked to contribute county-specific data to the website by completing a simple web form.