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Outreach Materials

Are you looking for resources to spread the word about Summer BreakSpot in your area? Below you will find copy, social media assets, flyers, and more to support your outreach and promote your Summer BreakSpot location.

Social Media Assets

Available in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole for X, Facebook and Instagram.

Flyers and Posters

All flyers and posters are double-sided. Front: English; back: Spanish and Haitian Creole.

Social Media Messages

  • Free meals are available for kids and teens while schools are closed. Visit SummerBreakSpot.com to find a site near you.
  • Sites throughout Florida are providing free, nutritious meals to keep kids healthy during school closures. Visit SummerBreakSpot.com to find a site near you.
  • Find a site near you serving free meals for kids during school closures. Site locations and operating times are updated daily at SummerBreakSpot.com.
  • We serve Summer BreakSpot meals. Head over to https://www.summerbreakspot.org/find-location/ for our days and hours.

Additional Resources for New and Existing Partners

Site Supervisor's Guide

A successful children’s Summer Food Service Program must be well supervised, organized and offered in a safe environment to serve children fresh, appetizing and well-balanced meals. To function effectively, site staff should be dedicated, knowledgeable and compassionate. As a site supervisor, you set the standard for workers around you and ultimately determine your community partner’s success or failure in the program. It is important to keep reliable records, report food and safety concerns to your partner and maintain inventory to ensure the success of your partner’s program. By following program guidelines and working as a team with your partner during school vacation periods, you can ensure that your site will provide essential nutritious meals and snacks to neighborhood children in need.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) resources on this page offer additional information. Note that the USDA refers to “community partners” as “sponsors.”

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