Promoting nutritious food choices and active lifestyles in school communities.

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Collective impact through Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed

EAT360 is Vetri Community Partnership’s Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed (Supplemental Nutrition Education Program- Education) team, serving SNAP recipients in Philadelphia County.

We collaborate with school leaders to reach wellness goals with evidence-based hands-on cooking classes, school garden curriculum, fruit and vegetable promotion, and movement break training for faculty.  Workshops are also available for families and caregivers at our schools.

As a contracted local partner of Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed, EAT360 educators and team members aim to improve the likelihood that families eligible for SNAP benefits can make healthy food choices within a limited budget.

This material was funded by USDA’ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. To read the full non-discrimination statement,  click here. 

Supporting the entire school community

Resources and Curriculum

EAT360 promotes evidence-based resources that align with the mission of Pennsylvania SNAP-Ed for students, families, school leaders, and community members.

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Where can I find EAT360?

Vetri Community Partnership's EAT360 team works collaboratively with the School District of Philadelphia and other community organizations to bring nutrition and wellness programs to schools and school communities.

Participating EAT360 Schools

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