What is Explore.Act.Tell?
The Explore.Act.Tell. (E.A.T.) Program engages young people in a project based learning process where they will learn about and act on solving hunger and food insecurity in their community.
We believe you and the young people you serve deserve the best education solutions that are proven, easy and free. With Explore.Act.Tell you have access to ready to use lessons, resources and project planning tools. Designed for young people in middle and high school, Explore.Act.Tell. works in all settings and subject areas (class, clubs, homeschoolers and youth groups, for example). We guide students through this program to learn and lead in their communities.
E.A.T. is fully funded and there is no cost to teachers, advisors or other leaders of student groups! Lessons and resources are open digitally to all registrants.
Excite your students with the opportunity to secure a substantial grant for a non-profit in their community and to win an award for their class or group!
Lead this important civic engagement program for your students as they improve the community in which they reside.
Founded in 2001, Albertsons Companies Foundation supports causes that impact customers’ lives. Albertsons Companies stores provide the opportunity to mobilize funding and create awareness in our neighborhoods through the generous contributions by our customers, our employees’ passion and partnerships with our vendors.
We focus on giving locally in the areas of health and human services, hunger relief, education and helping people with disabilities. In 2020, the Nourishing Neighbors campaign (formerly known as Hunger Is), contributed more than $77 Million to over 3,000 organizations and schools which fed over 13 Million of our neighbors. Albertsons Companies and Albertsons Companies Foundation have invested $1 billion in our neighborhoods since 2001.
Founded in 2003, the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning (known as FILL) is a public charity with the mission to bring excellent programming to educators and students nationally.
For years, the foundation has continued to reach millions of students with robust programming ranging from financial literacy, global citizenship, STEM, leadership, literacy and more.
Donors are major corporations, financial institutions, government agencies and public and private charities. These include Yum Brands, Allstate Foundation, ConAgra, Office Depot Foundation, Bureau of Engraving and Printing and AT&T Foundation to name a few. Current programming engages students in all 50 states and across the curriculum.