We've created a handful of resources to help you spread the word about how we can help children from the poorest families receive free school meals.
- Fair and Square reports
- Media and related coverage (press releases, articles and media contact information)
- Church resources
- Our campaign - how to sign it and spread the word on Facebook, Twitter and social media, or print the petition
Our Fair and Square campaign report emphasises our campaign, its goals and what you can do.
As explained in the report, the Fair and Square campaign wants every one of the hundreds of thousands of children living on or below the poverty line to be able to get a free and nutritious meal every day.
The report is eight pages long.
Please read our Fair and Square campaign report.
Our Fair and Square policy report explores the issue of free school meals.
The report addresses the meals' importance and the current provision for them across England. It also explains why we are campaiging right now. It also addresses the research that forms the foundation for our campaign.
The report is 24 pages long.
Please read our Fair and Square policy report.
Our press release, More than a million poor children miss out on free school meals
Our Policy Adviser David Hounsell's blog story about Fair and Square, Free school meals for all children in poverty
Our media team's contact information is available.
We're campaigning to see that all school-age children living in poverty receive free school meals. Please join our campaign to ensure that our poorest children get the free school meals they need to thrive. After joining the campaign you can share a link on Facebook and Twitter.
Or if you've already joined, here is some text you can use to spread the word on social media.
Twitter: 1.2m children living in poverty don't get free school meals. Join @childrensociety campaign to make it #fairandsquare http://ow.ly/iuOZc
Facebook and Google+: 1.2 million children living in poverty don't get free school meals. Join The Children's Society's Fair and Square campaign to ensure that these young people receive the sustenance to thrive: http://ow.ly/iuOZc