Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities: A Progress Report

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hkhc-progressHealthy Kids, Healthy Communities is a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation whose primary goal is to implement healthy eating and active living policy‐ and environmental‐change initiatives that can support healthier communities for children and families across the United States. The program places special emphasis on reaching children who are at highest risk for obesity based on their race or ethnicity, income, or geographic location.

RWJF launched the national program in December 2007, and authorized it for up to $33.4 million through December 2013. This progress report was prepared by RWJF as the Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities program reached its midway point in the grant.