Teal Pumpkin Project Signs and Flyers and Posters and More!
Are you ready to get involved with the Teal Pumpkin Project and help to make Halloween safer and happier for all children? You can start now with these free materials. The Teal Pumpkin Project offers free resources including printable signs, posters, the official Teal Pumpkin Project stencil, and new for this year, a Boo Your Neighbor Kit! These resources are an easy way to show your support and to help explain to your neighbors and friends how the Teal Pumpkin Project promotes inclusion of all trick-or-treaters.
Print one of these signs and hang in front of your home to indicate that you have non-food treats available.
Boo Your Neighbor Kit
New this year! Does your neighborhood have a tradition of “Boo”ing your neighbor? You can throw in a Teal Pumpkin Project twist with our Boo Your Neighbor Kit! This kit includes Teal Pumpkin Project inspired instructions and a sign to help you take part in this tradition.
In today’s world of social media and smartphones, it may seem old-fashioned, but passing out flyers is a great way to get your neighbors involved in the Teal Pumpkin Project. These flyers are perfect to pass out to your neighbors or to give your child’s sports team, class, or community group. We have a number of versions to choose from, including one with tear-off tabs to be posted on community bulletin boards in the library, school, coffee shop or other community buildings.
We have more free resources available to help you show your participation in the Teal Pumpkin Project available to download here. Be sure to also check out the premium posters and other Teal Pumpkin Project items such as a garden flag, pop sockets, Halloween Essentials Kits, and more in the FARE Online Store, where all proceeds benefit food allergy research.
Have you taken advantage of any of these products? Supporting the Teal Pumpkin Project gives back directly to the food allergy community by supporting FARE’s research, education, advocacy and awareness programs that make a difference for the 15 million American with food allergies.
We’d love to see how you are participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project this Halloween. Post a picture on social media using #TealPumpkinProject and tag @FoodAllergy!
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