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WKF Storytelling Toolkit – Wall Displays

  • Use our illustrations (found here) to add veggies to your wall décor
  • Let guests know how many grants they’ve helped WKF give with infographics
  • Incorporate local feel with local community canvases and a string map
  • Add dimension to wall displays with a hanging spoon chandelier

Whole Kids Foundation had the chance to decorate, so we created displays with YOU in mind. Everything we built for Tribal Gathering 2014 can be recreated in your store to celebrate WKF during our campaign and all year round!

Wall Graphics

Decorate your store with WKF illustrations (download them here) printed on paper, foam core, plywood, or canvas. We held our ½ inch plywood veggies to the wall with heavy-duty Velcro from a local craft store, while our WKF sign hung from the ceiling. Our giant graphics may be a bit large for your store, but they can easily be scaled down to fit any space. 

What you need:

  • Illustrations
  • Material to print on – we used plywood
  • Adhesive Velcro

Chalked Infographics

Let visitors at your store know how many school gardens, salad bars, and healthy teachers WKF has made possible with their help! Find the most up-to-date numbers here and display them with adorable chalked infographics.

  • School Gardens
    • Purchase 4 inexpensive shovels from your local home improvement store
    • Chalk with the number of school gardens found here
    • Display the shovels with a “School Gardens Grown” banner printed on plywood or paper mounted on foam core
  • Salad Bars
    • Contact Jane.Johnson@wholefoods.com to receive school cafeteria trays
    • Chalk with the number of salad bars found here
    • Display the trays with a “Salad Bars in Schools” banner printed on plywood or paper mounted on foam core 
  • Healthy Teachers
    • Reuse an old chalkboard from your store or paint plywood with chalkboard paint
    • Chalk with the number of healthy teachers (Contact Healthy.Teachers@wholefoods.com for up-to-date number)
    • Chalk the title “Healthy Teachers Trained”

What you need:

  • Shovels
  • Cafeteria trays
  • Chalkboard
  • Chalk paint
  • Adhesive Velcro
  • Printed banners – we printed ours on plywood

Community Canvases – What does WKF mean to you?

You told us what WKF means to you and your store using small canvases, and we displayed your beautiful artwork on wooden shelves.

This is a great activity for your partner school, community and TM volunteers, or a TM event. These canvases, purchased from a local craft store, can be built into endcaps, or showcased in your community room or store café.

You can ask:

  • What does WKF mean to you?
  • What does your school’s garden/salad bar mean to you?
  • What does volunteering in your community mean to you?

What you need:

  • Canvases
  • Paint

Schools Map

Demonstrate to guests how WKF and your store have positively affected local schools with a string map display connecting local grant recipients to your store. This is a great way to show how both donations and volunteers have impacted nearby schools.

To create your own:

  • Print out or draw a map with the help of your Graphic Artist
  • Find your local school gardens and salad bars here
  • Add schools to your map with push pins from your local craft store
  • Connect these locations to your store with string from your local craft store

Spoon Chandelier

A spoon chandelier is a beautiful conversation starter that can highlight a WKF feature area or stand on its own. We attached spoons of assorted sizes (purchased here) to rectangular frames using string threaded through eye hooks screwed into the spoon handles.

This display can be scaled down for your store – try using small wooden spoons, or any other utensil, hung from embroidery hoops. Or, if you want to order one just like ours, contact Kelly@sevencreative.com. 

What you need:

  • Wooden spoons (purchase here)
  • Rectangular frames
  • String
  • Eye hooks