SNAP-Ed Plan Guidance and Templates

FY 2015 SNAP Education Plan Guidance (PDF | 2.32 MB)

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Read the Cover Letter to the States. (PDF | 33KB) Released March 31, 2014. This document provides policy guidance for States regarding the operation of the SNAP Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Grant Program, referred to as SNAP-Ed. Note: This Guidance supersedes all previous Guidance.


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Non-discrimination Statement

Materials developed with SNAP funds must include this nondiscrimination statement. There are no print size requirements if the full Civil Rights statement in the file is used. If the material is too small for the full statement to be included, the material must at a minimum include the statement:

[ENGLISH] "This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer."
[SPANISH] "USDA es un proveedor y empleador que ofrece oportunidad igual para todos."


Information Statement

An information message about SNAP must be provided on all materials.


Funding/Credit Statement

All materials must provide credit to SNAP as a funding source using this example.


Read the SNAP-Ed Interventions Toolkit (PDF | 320KB)

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Strategies for Evidence-based Policy and Environmental Change Interventions in Child Care, School, Community and Family Settings - to support the FY2014 SNAP-Ed Guidance.


Read the Western Region's Evaluation Framework (PDF | 3.91 MB)

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Find a menu of indicators for measuring the effectiveness of SNAP‐Ed activities.