World Food Safety Day: Pro Bono RFP

World Food Safety Day: Pro Bono RFP

Steve’s breakdown: I know none of you are chomping-at-the-bit for a pro bono account but this one is a good cause and they are saying it’s 30 hours of work. (fingers crossed) Here’s the RFP: Pro Bono Creative Services_World Food Safety Day 2020

The timeline is tight but they are for anyone throwing their hat into the ring. Proposals are due May 4th.

WASHINGTON, DC: Partnership for Food Safety Education, a consumer food safety education non-profit comprised of associations and professionals dedicated to raise awareness on issues related to safe food handling, is seeking pro bono public relations and creative services support.

The nonprofit is looking for a U.S.-based public relations or creative services firm that can lend support for the second-annual World Food Safety Day, to be held on June 7, whereupon the organization plans to salute the front-line professionals working in our food system that keep us fed and healthy through the COVID-19 pandemic.Founded in 1997, Partnership for Food Safety Education is a network of more than 13,000 health, food science and nutrition experts, as well as U.S. government officials, consumer groups and some of the largest food companies and retailers in the world, that provides science-based food safety messages to educate the public on foodborne risks.

Partnership for Food Safety Education needs an agency that can get word out about this effort, provide digital support for the foodsafetyday.org site, edit submitted stories, provide video editing services and offer any additional creative advice/ideas.

All together, the effort calls for an estimated 30 hours of work.

Proposals are due by 10 p.m. (EST) on Monday, May 4 and should be emailed to [email protected].

All applying agencies should enclose a one-page proposal and an optional one-page capabilities statement (for two pages total).

All submissions should contain the phrase “World Food Safety Day” in the email subject line.

Questions should be directed to Partnership for Food Safety Education executive director Shelley Feist, [email protected] or 202/220-0651.

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