We care about our kid’s well-being
But parenting how we’ve been taught, isn’t helping anyone
In the world of Tik Tok and Instagram…
… raising happy children to have a healthy relationship with food and body is a parenting minefield.
From eating habits to peer pressure, bullying and influencers, food and body image can present some of the trickiest and scariest parenting moments.
The good news is, there is A LOT we parents can do. It’s easier and less time-consuming than you think.
That’s what I want to share with your community in this hassle-free fundraising program.
My name is Emma Wright and I started Raising Body Confident Kids. The above are the kinds of concerns about bodies and food I hear every week in my parenting talks and seminars.
Plus, following the stress of the pandemic and lockdowns, eating disorders have sharply risen in New Zealand.
That’s why I created Raising Body Confident Kids – A fundraising program for schools. I’m on a mission to empower parents to raise happier kids who respect their bodies and feel at ease around food – while raising money for schools at the same time.
How does the fundraising program work?
Your school promotes the Raising Body Confident Kids seminar series to parents, and you get a $30 donation for each attendee.
The seminar includes:
- 45-minute presentation of the foundational concepts.
- 45-min Q & A with Emma so parents can get their specific questions answered.
- Bonus tools are sent to attendees to help them incorporate their learning into everyday family life.
All you have to do is sign-up for the program and promote the events. Simple. Easy. Help parents and raise money.
What will parents learn?
- How to help kids feel more at ease around food, so they eat the same way whether a parent is in the room or not (no more hiding, sneaking or food battles)
- Ways to help kids meet painful food or body situations with confidence, resilience and fortitude
- How to find more ease and joy in parenting (they will fight you less and listen more)
- Tools to help feel less frustrated about getting parenting right and more connected to their kids
After the seminar, parents get three extra BONUS TOOLS to help them incorporate what they’ve learned into everyday family life.
What does my school get?
$30 from each seminar ticket sold. There are four events a year your school can promote.
Plus – your school gets everything you need to promote and sell the 90 min seminar including:
- A series of promotional emails to send to parents.
- A series of social posts, to promote the event on school and community pages.
- A digital image to advertise the seminar in the school newsletter.
- A print file, so you can put up posters at school and community noticeboards.
- Funds paid as a donation to the school or PTA, ten days after each event.
What’s the earning potential for the school?
- $30 per ticket – A ticket to the seminar + Q & A costs $67 (amazing price for live coaching!) and your school gets to keep $30 for every ticket sold.
- There are 4 seminars per year your school can promote.
- If your school sells 20 tickets for each event, 80 tickets sold x $30 = $2400
How do we sign-up for the program?
If you’d like to bring the Raising Body Confident Kids fundraising program to your school, click the orange button to email me and let me know:
- The name of your school (and whether it is a preschool, primary, secondary or intermediate school.)
- Your roll size.
I’ll send a little more information and ask you for a little more. Once you are signed-up you’ll get:
- A unique code, so that you receive a commission on all sales from your school.
- All marketing materials.
- A step-by-step implementation guide for the marketing campaign.
Once your school is signed up, I’ll guide you step by step through getting started and running a successful school fundraising program.
“Emma’s course was a life-changer for our family.
We learnt so much vital information and practical tips that gave us the confidence to have those hard conversations and answer those hard questions!! As the mother of three girls, I feel such responsibility to arm them with the tools they need to feel ok in their bodies and navigate this world that has such emphasis on looking a certain way.”
“How to raise good humans and not lose your mind in the process”!
I have literally just finished a coffee catch-up where I introduced your course to my friend. Every time I tell a friend about it, I find myself introducing it the same way “it’s called Raising Body Confident Kids but it is SO much more than that, it should be called How to raise good humans and not lose your mind in the process”!
“It’s changed our lives.
“I wanted help to make sure I wasn’t passing on my negative body issues to my daughter. I got SO much more than I expected! I can say it’s changed our lives.”
“A lightbulb moment.
Hearing Emma speak was a light bulb moment – I realised that I was unconsciously creating ‘guilt’ food habits for my children. In the age of too much information and so much pressure, it’s refreshing to have guidance from someone who has been there herself and is willing to share her poignant journey. Emma is an inspiration in this minefield of positive body image.
“I got a shift in perspective.
“I was terrified that my daughter was emerging into teenhood having inherited all my “food and body issues”, I realised I had to sort myself out so I could help her. I got a shift in perspective that has helped me let go of control and learn to trust my daughter and myself more when it comes to food.”
“Confidence going forward.
“I wanted support with how to deal with my teenage daughter’s recent weight gain. Emma was incredibly empathetic and understanding, and made me feel like I was not going crazy. I learned a number of tools how I could improve the situation at home, and in relation to the world at large. It gave me a lot of confidence going forward, in being a supportive and loving mother to my teenage daughter rather than feeling (externally) pressured to change my daughter’s weight and “do something about it”
“I gained comfort and confidence in my parenting.
“I was struggling to manage my kids diet and worrying about them eating too much sugar and sneaking food. I was concerned that I would cause them issues around food because of issues I have experienced. I gained comfort and confidence in my parenting around food and can now see they’ll be okay!!
“Last night my daughter told me she thinks tv and advertising is ridiculous because it makes you feel like you need big boobs, big round bums and be skinny everywhere else. In kicks your voice!! We had an amazing conversation about bodies, media, realistic body image, how our bodies are truly amazing and that’s what we should focus on. So grateful to have your voice in my head when I need it!!!”
“It’s given me practical tools around food and bodies.
“I wanted guidance as a parent and help with my own attitude to eating, food and bodies. Emma’s work is incredible. It’s given me practical tools to help me change my thinking patterns around eating and bodies.”