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What healthy foods do food banks and soup kitchens provide? Show them in an awareness-building grocery-bag mobile.
Being hungry is a strong feeling. It’s hard to think about anything else but food. In every country, there are people who never know whether they will have something to eat for their next meal. Contact a local food bank or soup kitchen to find out what kinds of foods it offers to hungry people.
Design a food mobile. On paper plates, recycled file folders, or pieces of brown paper bags, draw the kinds of foods available at your food bank with Crayola® Markers. Cut out your drawings with Crayola Scissors. Complete the other side of the food pictures. Punch a hole in each piece and tie it on yarn or string.
Hang the mobile. Turn a paper lunch bag upside down and write your message on the sides. Poke a hole in the center of the bag’s bottom. Loop and knot yarn through the hole for the mobile hanger. Punch holes along the open end of the bag. Tie food drawings to the bag. The mobile looks like food is falling out of an open grocery bag. Hang in a prominent place to remind people to donate generously.
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