One Year. 10,000 Tables.
Jamie Oliver with Let's Move Pittsburgh Director Richard Piacentini at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Photo by Annie O'Neill.
On a recent visit to Pittsburgh for One Young World, internationally renowned chef and healthy foods advocate Jamie Oliver
challenged our city to join his Food Revolution and help foster the kind of good nutrition and eating habits that make communities stronger and more vibrant.
In response to Jamie's call to action, Let's Move Pittsburgh has launched the 10,000 Tables pledge, encouraging families throughout southwestern Pennsylvania to sit down together at least once a week for an entire year to enjoy a screen time-free, home-cooked meal. Let's Move Pittsburgh recommends USDA MyPlate
as a resource for healthy meal options.
Will you join us?
Tools for Success
Once you sign the pledge, Let's Move Pittsburgh will provide support as you work towards your goal by sending you helpful resources for making smart shopping choices, growing healthy ingredients at home, preparing wholesome family meals, and inspiring positive changes that will last a lifetime. We will also keep you informed about free community events and exciting raffles with great prizes.
Take the pledge today and let's get started!