ZisBoomBah provides online educational tools empowering Girl Scouts to make healthy food choices, set positive goals and be physically active
BOULDER, Colo. – February 22, 2012 – ZisBoomBah.com, a First Lady Michelle Obama Let’s Move award-winning healthy game and leader in making food fun for families, announced today a partnership with The Girl Scouts of Colorado. The Girl Scouts of Colorado will use ZisBoomBah.com’s engaging platform to empower and motivate their 30,000 Girl Scouts.
The My Self Healthy Living Initiative gives girls a personal foundation of healthy living, assertive self-expression, conflict-management and critical-thinking skills encouraging positive attitudes and behaviors that lead to healthy lifestyles. “ZisBoomBah’s philosophy and mission falls right in line with the Girl Scouts’ desire to offer a healthy living tool that will reach as many girls as possible. Through our partnership with ZisBoomBah we see the ability to implement our program by utilizing their website to train girls and volunteers to use features such as Pick Chow! to track their meals; Flip it, The Food Flipping card game to explore new foods; as well as using The Challenger Calendar to set healthy eating and physical activity goals,” says Amanda Aunko, Program Services Manager, Girl Scouts of Colorado.
ZisBoomBah is thrilled to empower girls to build strong self esteem and create healthy habits that will last them a lifetime,” says Karen Laszlo, founder of ZisBoomBah.
ZisBoomBah.com, a free interactive foodie tool for kids and parents, is a quick, fun and actionable way to get families excited about healthy eating. Our kid-friendly growing community offers social networking around healthy kid and family lifestyle issues. Kids are the drivers. We empower kids to create their own healthy meals and engage their parents in healthy lifestyle changes. Parents motivated to make a change will find everything they need at ZisBoomBah from a supportive community to expert advice that addresses a family’s specific needs.
About Girl Scouts of Colorado
More than 3 million girls and volunteers in the United States, including 30,000 girls and 9,000 volunteers in Colorado, are discovering their path to leadership through Girl Scouts, the leading authority and advocate for girls. Girl Scouting inspires girls and women to strive for the highest ideals of courage, confidence and character. Girl Scouts helps girls make responsible decisions about their bodies that will benefit them for a lifetime. Girl Scouts aims to focus on health and wellness, getting young girls started on a course to active and healthy lifestyles. Learn more about how you can be part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience by visiting girlscoutsofcolorado.org, calling 1-877-404-5708 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.