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Our partners believe balance is the key to healthy kids, healthy schools and healthy communities. Visit their websites and get moving.

100 Black Men was founded as an organization in New York City in 1963.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation is the world's largest charitable organization devoted exclusively to nutrition and dietetics.

Allrecipes, the world's largest food site, is a dynamic, indispensable resource for cooks of all skill levels seeking trusted recipes, entertaining ideas, and practical cooking tips.

Common Threads educates children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, and fosters an appreciation of cultural diversity through cooking.

Complete Class is a web-based platform that motivates school-aged children and their parents to engage with healthy and positive partner content.

DailyFeats is the online social platform where people share and earn rewards for their positive actions - their feats.

The Emergency Care Help Organization provides immediate relief to those who have experienced a recent hardship or emergency.  Assistance is provided in the forms of basic social services, educational
EPODE International Network (EIN), a not-for-profit organization, was created in 2011 to support Community Based Programs (CBPs) around the world in their fight against obesity and related diseases.
Every Inch Matters® identifies both the movement and the new waistline measure that's central to reining in bulging waistlines and preventing and stemming the Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disea
Fitbound is a fitness and health company for children.

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

GrizzFIT aims to promote a healthy lifestyle by encouraging people in the Mid-South to make healthy food choices and exercise regularly.
The Healthiest State Initiative is a privately led public initiative intended to inspire Iowans and their communities to improve wellbeing.
Calling all educators! Healthy Steps for Healthy Lives provides FREE, easy-to-use activities that teach K-6 students about being healthy. Click here to learn more.
The Cooper Institute® (CI) has developed the Healthy Zone School Recognition Program, which will use evidence-based knowledge and best practices to assist schools in creating a school environment that

Our mission is to effectively communicate science-based information about health, food safety and nutrition for the public good.

The JAM School Program is a free resource for schools that brings physical activity and health education to the classroom.

Muuvit is a successful elementary school programme with Finnish origins and it inspires children to adopt healthier lifestyles and to enjoy learning.

The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) is the leading worldwide expert for school health services and is the leader in advocacy for student health.

The National Grocers Association (NGA) is the national trade association representing the retail and wholesale grocers that comprise the independent sector of the food distribution industry.

The National Wildlife Federation is America's largest conservation organization.

NewWayFitness, understanding the challenges many parents face to keep their family physically active in today’s world, gives them the tools they need to maintain healthy family physical activity level
PlayCore helps build stronger communities around the world by advancing play through research, programs, and partnerships. They infuse this learning into a complete family of brands.
The Police Athletic League serves more than 37,000 young people – helping them to stay safe, enjoy physical fitness and dream big!
PureCircle is the world's leading producer of high purity stevia ingredients for the global food and beverage industry.

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s mission is to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors to build healthier places for healthier people. 

The Seafood Nutrition Partnership mission is to inspire a healthier America through partnerships that raise awareness about the essential nutritional benefits of eating seafood.
Speak to Me, Inc. helps transform challenging situations into positive outcomes.
Speak to Me, Inc.

The ANNIKA Foundation teaches children the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle through fitness and nutrition, and offers aspiring junior golfers opportunities to pursue their dreams.

The National Council of La Raza – America’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization - works to reduce poverty and improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. 

The OrganWise Guys Inc.

Uncle Wiley's Healthy Cooking Ingredients and Recipes, Salad Jazz Seasonings!

The Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth leads statewide efforts to reduce and prevent youth tobacco use and childhood obesity through prevention programs and award-winning campaigns.

The Yellow Tractor Project is committed to improving health for individuals and families through the simple act of creating a garden. Our community-building projects ensure sustained success by providing ongoing education that bridges the point of learning and everyday practices.

Youth Movement is an initiative that was developed by the Health & Wellness Committee of the 100 Black Men, in 2002.

Events Calendar

Dec 03
Action for Healthy Kids- North Carolina- Get in the Action Volunteer Center »Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014- 11:00AM - Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014- 12:00PM

When: Wednesday, December 03, 2014 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Where- Webinar- REGISTER-

Event Details
AFHK's Get in the Action Volunteer Center gives people an opportunity to get involved in their own communities, creating the kinds of healthy changes in schools that make it possible for kids to be physically active and to eat nutritious food every day. From the cafeteria to the playground, our volunteers are rolling up their sleeves, pulling out their paint brushes and tools to build or renovate school facilities so kids have healthy school environments.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM ET

During the webinar, we will walk you through the easy process of using AFHK's Get In The Action Volunteer Center, share the free resources to help you your wellness programs, and answer any questions you may have about recruiting volunteers for your school wellness events. At the end of the webinar, you will be ready to take full advantage of AFHK's Get In The Action Center! You can be the wellness champion your school needs to make a healthy difference in the lives of your students!

Hosted By
North Carolina Action for Healthy Kids
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Dec 09
Action for Healthy Kids- How to Create a Healthier School Food Culture- AFHK Parent Leadership Serie »Tuesday, December 9th, 2014- 12:00pm CT - Tuesday, December 9th, 2014- 1:00pm CT

When: Tuesday, December 09, 2014- 12:00PM - 1:15PM
Where- Webinar- REGISTER-

Event Details
The school food culture goes way beyond the cafeteria. Children need to learn how to make healthy choices from the minute they walk in the school’s front door to the minute they leave at the end of the school day – and beyond.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014
1:00 pm ET; 12:00 pm CT; 11:00 am MT; 10:00 am PT

This section will cover the benefits of a healthy school food culture and provide project ideas and resources for:

Healthy fundraisers
Healthy celebrations & family events
Healthy snacks
Non-food rewards
Nutrition education & promotion
Concessions and competitive foods (vending, school stores & a la carte)
Hosted By
Action for Healthy Kids

Feb 13
ANNIKA Invitational- USA »February 13th, 2015 - February 16th, 2015

The ANNIKA Invitational USA is a 54-hole, stroke-play event featuring 72 of the top U.S. and international junior girls (age 12-18). The tournament is held annually in Orlando, Florida on the Watson

Course at Reunion Resort.
The ANNIKA Foundation partnered with the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) in 2009 to create an invitational golf tournament for the top female U.S. and international junior golfers. The tournament provides the opportunity for top players to compete against world class competition. During the week, competitors are treated to a Junior-Am, golf clinic and education seminars conducted by Annika and her team on media training, health and nutrition. A portion of the proceeds from the event support the AJGA’s ACE Grant Program, which provides golf opportunities to young players, regardless of financial ability.

More information available-

Mar 07
DC Step Showcase Performing Team Registrtion »March 7th at 11am ET - March 7th at 3pm ET

DC Step Showcase Performing Team Registration

Date: March 07, 2015 11:00 AM-03:00 PM (Registration Closes at 11:59 PM ET on February 13, 2015)

Facility Location: Trinity Center For Women and Girls In Sports
Washington, DC

Program Levels: Step Show Teams can be made up of girls of all levels.

Do adults register? Yes, one adult from each team must register on behalf of their troop. Only select one adult and do not select any girls while attempting to register.

Capacity: 20 Teams (Do not register more than one adult from your team.)

The 2014 DC Step Showcase will be held on March 7, 2015 at Trinity Washington University.

Please note: All step team registrations should be made by the troop leader or another adult. This adult should register herself or himself and will be receiving email communication for the team about the DC Step Showcase. Please only register one adult per team.

Participating in the DC Step Showcase allows girls to practice their creativity and teamwork as they come up with an original step routine to perform in front of a supportive community audience. Past participants have been rewarded for their efforts by having the opportunity to perform their routines at GSCNC-supported events.

Stepping is a very particular form of dance, so teams should make sure they do their research and put together a step-based routine.

Troops will attend a mandatory rehearsal the evening before, and can arrive early on show day to take part in an activity fair where they can get their faces painted, make crafts and learn about other opportunities in Girl Scouting.

We will contact you after you register to gather more information about your team.

Best of luck to all! 

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