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Move Across Washington Social Media Tool Kit

This social media tool kit will help local programs provide timely, relevant, and engaging content to their communities to promote physical activity, whether they choose to implement Walk with Ease or not.

Support for Breastfeed-ing Moms

Resources to help moms who are breastfeeding. Includes information on how to collaborate with your local WIC office.

Health Equity and SNAP-Ed

Resources related to health equity and the impact it has on SNAP participants.

Harvest of the Month

Resources for SNAP-Ed providers working on Harvest of the Month in schools, early childhood education or other institutions serving SNAP eligible individuals.

SNAP Market Match

SNAP Market Match helps SNAP shoppers buy additional fruits, vegetables, herbs, and plant starts at more than 100 participating farmers markets. Markets match $40 or more per day for SNAP customers.

SNAP Produce Match

SNAP Produce Match helps SNAP shoppers buy more fruits and vegetables at their local grocery store.
A small child holding up two apples to cover her eyes in an apple orchard.

Farm to School

A program dedicated to developing relationships between schools and agriculture producers in Washington State.
A plate of kebabs made with various fruit to make a rainbow of color.

Healthy School Celebrations

Resources to help SNAP-Ed educators encourage healthy school celebrations.
A shopping cart full of veggies in the produce section of the store.

Working with Food Pantries

Small group learning about the nutrition facts labels.

Recruitment and Marketing

A selection of templates for SNAP-Ed Providers to adapt and customize for community programs. Logos and guidance on publication of SNAP-Ed materials can also be found here.
A blue bowl of granola with sliced strawberries, raisins and cashews. A glass of milk, fresh fruit and juice are by the side.

Breakfast After the Bell

Meal Planning, Shopping & Budgeting

Resources to help SNAP participants make healthy food choices on a budget.
A kitchen counter loaded with fruits and a digital tablet with a smoothie recipe.


A selection of recipes that are low-cost, budget friendly and follow current USDA Dietary Guidelines.
Notebook and pencils on a wood table

Teaching Resources

Resources for SNAP-Ed nutrition educators to use in programming.
A child's hands picking ripe raspberries from a bush.

Fresh from the Farm

A selection of fruit and vegetable brochures highlighting locally grown Washington State produce.
Children in a grassy field running through hundreds of bubbles.

Physical Activity

Information about physical activity and the importance of engaging people in daily activity.
Elementary children sitting at a lunch table with school lunches.

Smarter Lunchrooms

Smarter Lunchrooms provides schools with the knowledge, motivation, and resources needed to build a lunchroom that makes healthy food choices easy.

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program helps students access extra fruits and veggies. Look here for resources to work with your school district.