CACFP Media Toolkit from Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)

Some of the things you'll find in the very helpful media toolkit!

  • Making the most out of media contacts
  • What are some ways to contact the media?
  • Tips for a successful pitch call
  • A reporter just called… Now what do you do?
  • A few tips on making sure you convey your message
  • What about social media?
  • Model Editorial Board Request
  • Model Press Release
  • Model Media Advisory
  • Sample Consent Form


Here is the toolkit in two different formats!
PDF: 2013 MediaToolkit_CACFP.pdf
Word Document (use this for the press release) 2013 MediaToolkit_CACFP.doc

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