National Food Safety Education Month Third Annual Fundraiser

September is National Food Safety Education Month, and Stop Foodborne Illness (STOP) is hosting its third annual STOP3000 awareness and fundraising event. Through our event we challenge our constituents, their friends and families, and our partners and donors to take 3,000 steps each day – every day – during the month of September to honor the 3,000 lives lost each year to foodborne illness in the U.S.

Be A Food Safety Champion!

Make An Impact

Together, we’re on a mission to educate the public and honor the memory of the 3,000 lives affected each year. 

Create A Digital Community

Receive and share informative interviews, myth-busting content, and more geared to food safety education.

Save Lives

Your actions contribute to spreading awareness and empowering individuals with the knowledge they need.

Double Your Donation

Donors can double their donations thanks to a generous $100,000 grant that matches every dollar raised.

Become a donor or fundraiser:

Make a donation to STOP

Your generosity and trust are an investment in our mission.

Create your fundraising page

Visit JustGiving to customize your page and fundraising goal.

people learning about food safety
September is a great month for brushing up on your food safety skills, quizzing friends and family,
and taking charge of your health while the summer sun is still out.

Here are links to some quick facts, flyers, and tools to enhance your food safety education.
Some simple tips can help keep you and your loved ones safe.

About STOP

Stop Foodborne Illness is the only organization dedicated to mobilizing survivors of foodborne illness. STOP collaborates with consumers, partners in academia, the food industry, and government to share the “why” of food safety, work for effective food safety policy, support families of victims and survivors, and facilitate a cultural change within the food industry to elevate food safety as a public health issue.

Let's get acquainted ...

Do you have a food safety question? Maybe a suggestion for the website?
Let us know how we may help you have a great National Food Safety Education Month!


Telephone: 773-269-6555