BE PART OF THE SOLUTION TO PREVENT HUNGER

Explore.Act.Tell. teaches young people how to become aware of food insecurity issues in their neighborhoods.  

Get Involved

NEW!!

Two ways to participate in Explore.Act.Tell.

The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning and the Albertsons Companies Foundation are excited to present the Explore.Act.Tell. Program.

6 – 9th Grade

Available in the Acme Foods areas of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delawareand the Shaw’s Stores and Star Markets areas of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine.

Take your students on a journey to be a part of the solution to prevent hunger in your community!

Explore.Act.Tell. works in any class, club or subject area to teach young people key skills.

Using a project based format, students will 

  • Explore a topic, 
  • Design ways to act on solutions and then 
  • Use language and presentation skills to tell others how to get involved.  

Students will…

Practice their skills to become aware of food insecurity issues in their neighborhood,  become engaged citizens and advocate for community involvement and service.

Through four interactive lessons, students will create and implement a hunger solution project and develop a promotional PSA video.

6 – 9th grade Educators & Parents  are invited to register and get started today!

9 – 12th Grade

Explore.Act.Tell. Breakfast

A special edition of the program just for high school students in Philadelphia and southern New Jersey counties of Camden, Gloucester, Burlington and Salem

Students are invited to be a part of the solution for making breakfast meals and breakfast foods more accessible in their community.  

Using a project based format, students will 

  • Explore the topic of hunger, especially in the morning, 
  • Design ways to act on solutions and then 
  • Implement a breakfast solution project and invite others to get involved by telling your story.  

Students will…

Practice their skills to become breakfast providers in their community,  become engaged citizens and advocate for community involvement and service.

Through four interactive lessons, students will create and implement a breakfast solution project and share their results.

9-12th grade educators and parents are invited to register and get started today!!  

*Special one-time start-up grants available when you begin your project.

Explore.Act.Tell. strengthens social and emotional skills including:

  • Empathy
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Self-confidence

Students will also practice project based learning skills including: 

  • Planning
  • Evaluation 
  • time management