Our program “Hunger 101: To Walk in the Shoes of a Person in Need” takes this approach a step further. As the principal education component of The Harry Chapin Food Bank, it uses role-play and discussion to raise awareness and understanding of hunger and its many causes.
“Hunger 101: To Walk in the Shoes of a Person in Need” workshops:
- Are highly interactive. Appropriate for groups of approximately 15 people or more, ages 12 and older, but can be tailored in length and scope to meet the needs of specific groups.
- Use the power of role-play. Each participant receives a profile packet with information about the identity, income and available resources of a person at risk of hunger.
- Addresses the complex issues that contribute to the problem of hunger in our community and nationwide.
Want to bring the Hunger 101 workshop to your community group, school or organization? Contact us.