There is a check-in RIGHT there!
We handed out these cute wrist bands with the www.checkinforcheckups.com website address “engraved”.
Our team included healthcare providers from the local Children’s Health Fund mobile medical unit. They are treating children in our community everyday that otherwise wouldn’t have access to a doctor.
We used iPads to Check-in healthy habits of passing Farmer Market shoppers.
Some had recently biked.
Others had come from the gym.
One had just been screened for Diabetes.
Each check-in triggered a donation from Clorox to the Children’s Health Fund.
Each check-in helped a child in need.
The good news is that even if you missed the Dallas Farmers’ Market booth, you can still check-in and help Dallas kids.
She is Dallas info: This summer I have joined in the Check-In for Check Ups challenge to feed my kids healthy snacks. I hope you will set your own healthy goal and join me in the fun. The Check-In for Checkups program is sponsored by Clorox and benefits Children’s Health Fund (CHF). You can follow my healthy habit progress here at She is Dallas or on Twitter with the hashtag: #checkinforcheckups. For each check-in, Clorox will donate 10 cents, up to $100,000, to CHF to help support their goal of providing half a million health care visits to disadvantaged children across the country. I am working with The Clorox Company to get the word out about this program.