To assist registered Say What! groups in their tobacco prevention efforts, Say What! provides Mini-Grant Kits completely free of charge! These “projects-in-a-box” include well-designed, tobacco prevention-focused materials that also connect each group’s local efforts to the broader statewide Say What! initiative.
The project must be youth-led, though youth must be working with at least one adult partner. Each Mini-Grant Kit may be used for any upcoming Say What! project that occurs between October 1st and July 31st each year. Read about the types of Mini-Grant Kits available, and scroll down further to see which kits are currently in stock!
Trying to change a policy or ordinance in your school or community? Looking for ways to encourage business owners or local decision makers to promote tobacco-free environments? These kits offer some terrific resources to help you start the conversation.
If you’re looking for something to help you educate people on the harmful effects of tobacco or social norms, then these kits should do the trick!
Most people don’t realize the negative impact that tobacco use has on the environment. Check out these kits to see how you can help make the world a cleaner, safer, healthier place
What does living a healthy, tobacco-free lifestyle look like? It’s a ton of fun, that’s for sure! Use these kits to encourage people to get involved and
BE THE FIRST KIT
This kit is for youth groups who have begun implementing the CATCH My Breath E-Cigarette & JUUL curriculum and are ready to educate their fellow peers and community members about the harms of e-cigarette use. The Be The First Kit is made possible through a generous grant from CVS Health.
Quit It Half Cards
Texas Tobacco 21 Kit
Did you know, 95% of smokers start before the age of 21? This kit is designed to support youth groups as they educate local schools, businesses, and community members about the importance of increasing the legal tobacco sale age from 18 to 21. Kit recipients will receive a variety of resources and materials to assist with the united advocacy effort of protecting their community by raising the tobacco sale age.
Campaign Tip Sheets
Tobacco Facts kit
The tobacco industry spends millions of dollars each year advertising to youth and young adults. This kit is designed to help youth take a stand against tobacco. See how many tobacco-free pledges your youth group can collect!
Tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable death in the United States. Learn more about e-cigarettes, JUUL, and the harmful effects of tobacco use around you. This kit is designed to assist youth groups to educate students, community members, and decision makers about the dangers of tobacco and nicotine products.
Previous Kit (download Only)
Tob-Free Community Kit
Want to find out which businesses in your community are tobacco-free and then thank them for their support?
Cigarette litter kit
Did you know that cigarettes are the most littered item in the US? Find out if your community has a problem with cigarette litter and put an end to it!
Live the Life kit
Are you looking for stylish items to help recruit people to get involved in your efforts or organization? Then this is the kit for you!
Show other students and your community just how easy living the life tobacco-free can be!
Say What! Buttons
Key Facts Card
Quit It! Kit
Help tobacco users realize they have the power to quit using tobacco and that there are people here to help support them.
Packs of Gum
Red Ribbon Week Kit
As schools across the state raise awareness about the harms of drug use during Red Ribbon Week, do not forget to include the dangers of tobacco use!
Social Media Signs
Preventable Death kit
Help everyone realize that if we can keep people from using tobacco, we can keep people from dying prematurely.
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Say What! was created and designed by young people from across Texas and connects students interested in eliminating tobacco from their schools and communities. The Say What! movement is funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services through a contract with the
Texas School Safety Center at Texas State University.