Interact for Health, formerly The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, improves the health of people in the Cincinnati region by being a catalyst for health and wellness.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust (KBR) has retained Active Living By Design to conduct an assessment of the Trust’s recent and current investments in community-based disease prevention and to make recommendations for the Trust on future program investments.
Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities helped 49 community partnerships across the country reshape their policies and environments in support of healthy eating, active living and childhood obesity prevention.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation funded eight grantee partnerships in North Carolina to improve food systems in order to increase access to healthy, local foods in their communities.
An initiative to identify and improve policies and implement changes to the built environment that increase children’s access to healthy foods and active living opportunities in Wake County municipalities.
Alta/Greenways led the development of WalkBikeNC, North Carolina Department of Transportation’s pedestrian and bicycle statewide master plan update and worked to ensure that health was a strong component.
Working in partnership with others, each community implemented comprehensive ways to support active living in their counties, cities, towns and neighborhoods through environmental and policy changes, with an emphasis on changing the built environment.
A collaboration of youth and adult residents, schools, nonprofit and business, organizations, congregations, local government leaders, and funders, to support healthy living and health equity in the Port Towns region of Maryland through policy, environmental and systems change.
A designation and grant program, Fit Community recognized and rewarded community-based efforts to make healthy choices easier and more accessible across North Carolina.
The North Carolina Division of Public Health (DPH) developed the Shape Your World promotional campaign, which emphasized the role residents can play in shaping their environments to be more active.
The Crim Fitness Foundation (the Crim), a Flint, MI-based non-profit organization, is dedicated to cultivating accessible, vibrant communities in Flint and Genesee County that encourage people to lead healthy lifestyles by integrating physical activity, healthy eating, and mindfulness into their daily lives.
Health by Design is a diverse and growing coalition, bringing together advocates of community design, transportation and health to support healthy and active living in Central Indiana and beyond.
Active Living by Design supported comprehensive approaches to increase physical activity in 25 diverse communities across the nation with a low-dollar, high-touch approach to grant making and technical assistance.
The Healthy Eating by Design pilot project supported 12 Active Living by Design community partnerships in identifying and implementing promising healthy eating strategies in either school or community settings.
Food & Fitness supported nine diverse communities across the country to improve their health and quality of life of children and their families by creating equal access to affordable, healthy, locally grown food and safe and inviting places for physical activity and play.
The Fit Together Grant Program was established to support five rural North Carolina community partnerships to improve community health and increase physical activity utilizing Active Living By Design’s Community Action Model.
The Obesity Prevention in Public Health Course addresses the shifting priorities and current challenges facing public health practitioners working in state and community–level nutrition, physical activity and obesity prevention programs
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota’s Active Community Assessment and Engagement (ACAE) Program provided funding and technical assistance to help guide three communities in Minnesota.
The National Park Service Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) program supports community-led natural resource conservation and outdoor recreation projects across the nation.
The Metropolitan Design Center brings together many fields of design and research to advance creative design strategies for achieving sustainable development of cities and regions in the State of Minnesota, including support for the development of comprehensive plan updates among municipalities in and around the Twin Cities.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health established the PLACE Program (Policies for Livable Active Communities and Environments) to create policy, systems and environmental change that make physical activity a routine part of daily life in Los Angeles County cities and communities.