The "Quit Now West Virginia" campaign applied the Quit & Stay Quit Monday concept, and designed a multi-pronged approach modeled after prior state-wide QSQM campaigns, like Virginia Department of Health’s program.
Adams has always been a strong proponent of programs like Meatless Monday, advocating for its adoption in public schools, prisons, government buildings, and hospitals.
Motivated by the drastic and frequent climate events taking place around the globe, the Arora sisters wanted to do their part to combat the climate crisis.
Through a series of practices created by Johns Hopkins University and The Monday Campaigns, the DeStress Monday at School program helps teachers and their students start every week with a new tool for managing stress.
In Needham, Massachusetts, a triumvirate of non-profit organizations decided to take matters into their own hands and start their own version of Meatless Monday.
The newsletter was distributed to staff in each of the state’s 67 counties and has resulted in a weekly Monday-boost of approximately 25% engagement compared to non-Monday emails.
The City of New York has taken the next step in its commitment to meat reduction by including Meatless Monday in its first-ever 10-Year Food Policy Plan.
In Bedford, New York, a group of volunteers working with the Bedford 2020 organization encouraged restaurants, businesses, hospitals, places of worship, and school cafeterias to offer meatless options on Monday.
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