FoodCorps is proud to be making a measurable difference for students and schools

More than 75% of FoodCorps schools had measurably healthier school food environments by the end of the school year, and in schools with more of FoodCorps’ hands-on learning activities, the children are eating three times as many fruits and vegetables.

Read more about what we measure and why.

We are grateful to the Walmart Foundation for their support of this important piece of our work.

We measure:

Changes in Behavior

 

Students in FoodCorps schools with more hands-on learning activities are eating triple the amount of fruits and vegetables as students who receive less of that hands-on learning.

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We measure:

Changes in Attitude

 

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students will finish out the year improving their attitude towards vegetables, trying new ones, or maintaining their high regard for them if they already liked them.

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We measure:

Changes in Schools

 

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of schools that FoodCorps serves were measurably healthier school food environments by the end of this year.

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We measure:

Partner Perspectives

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of FoodCorps stakeholders (sites, schools, partners) say that they highly value the work of FoodCorps in their community. Bottom line: the people we work with find our presence there valuable.

Our results so far this this school year:

  • 118,551

    118,551

    Students Reached

  • 426

    426

    Gardens Built

  • 390

    390

    New Foods Introduced

  • 4,942

    4,942

    Volunteers Engaged

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