#GiveHealthy would not be possible
without our fantastic Partners!

  • FOUNDING PARTNERS – The core group of organizations that came together to form the #GiveHealthy movement
  • NATIONAL PARTNERS – Partners that have lent their national reach and stature to advance the #GiveHealthy mission
  • HEALTH PARTNERS – Organizations in support of promoting the benefits of a healthy diet and exercise
  • HUNGER PARTNERS – National, regional and local groups concerned with delivering healthy options to the food insecure population
  • EDUCATION PARTNERS – Institutions focused on performing the research in support of the merits of a healthier US population
  • MEDIA PARTNERS – Media outlets that help to amplify the message of and rally support for the #GiveHealthy mission

Founding Partners

Partner: Food Tank

foodtank.org

Food Tank

Food Tank is focused on building a global community for safe, healthy, nourished eaters. We spotlight environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable ways of alleviating hunger, obesity, and poverty and create networks of people, organizations, and content to push for food system change.

“We’re thrilled to be part of the #GiveHealthy Food Drive.” -Danielle Nierenberg, President

Partner: Wholesome Wave

wholesomewave.org

Wholesome Wave empowers under-served consumers to make healthier food choices by:

  • Increasing affordable access to fresh, local, and regional food
  • Increasing the value of food stamps and other nutrition benefits when spent on fruits and vegetables
  • Creating market opportunities and improve bottom lines for farmers and grocery stores nationwide
“Affordable, healthy, local food for all!” – Michel Nischan, Founder and CEO

Partner: Why Hunger

whyhunger.org

Why Hunger

WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community. WhyHunger aims to put an end the hunger suffered by 49MM Americans

“Bringing healthy food to people through #GiveHealthy makes a great difference.” -Noreen Springsteed, Executive Divector

Partner: Ashley Koff

www.ashleykoffapproved.com

Ashley Koff, RD brings her Better Nutrition approach to thousands of patients, organizations, and clients. An award-winning nutrition expert, she is a frequent contributor on the Dr. Oz show and other media such as ABC News, Fox News, The New York Times, and the Washington Post.

“I want to help create a better world, and doing my part means helping everyone get and keep their better health.” – Ashley Koff, RD

Partner: Amp Your Good

ampyourgood.com

Amp Your Good

Amp Your Good developed a new way of running food drives called Crowd-Feeding to address limitations of traditional food drives: non-perishable food only, unwanted or inappropriate donations, and lots of moving cans and boxes around.

Combining e-commerce ordering with an efficient network for healthy and fresh food delivery has enabled the #GiveHealthy approach for the modern food drive.

“With Crowd-Feeding, people facing hunger can now get the food they really need.” – Pat O’Neill, CEO

National Partners

Partner: AllergyKids Foundation

www.allergykids.com

 

Founded by author, public speaker and mother of four, Robyn O’Brien, the AllergyKids Foundation’s site officially launched on Mother’s Day 2010 to bring attention to recent changes to the food supply and the dramatic increases in the rates of allergies, asthma, autism and ADHD in the last twenty years.

The AllergyKids Foundation’s goal is to protect the American children from the additives now found in our food supply – additives not used in children’s foods in other developed countries.

“Together, we can achieve the healthy childhoods that our children so deserve.” – Robyn O’Brien, Founder and Chief Inspiration Officer

Partner: Center for Science in the Public Interest

cspinet.org

 

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has been providing advice and advocacy toward a healthier food system since its founding in 1971.
As one of the nation’s top consumer advocates, CSPI will keep fighting for government policies and corporate practices that promote healthy diets, prevent deceptive marketing practices, and ensure that science is used to promote the public good.

Partner: Change Food

www.changefood.org

 

Change Food creates programs, events and resources for individuals and groups changing the food system from the ground up.

The New York based organization runs its annual Change Food Fest in September along with other events that raise awareness, promote solutions and provide tools that can educate others.

Partner: Slow Food USA

www.slowfoodusa.org

 

Slow Food USA inspires individuals and communities to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all. Slow Food is a global movement that combines the pleasures of the table with a commitment to the communities, cultures, knowledge, and environment that make this pleasure possible. This July, Slow Food USA welcomes the world to Denver, Colorado for Slow Food Nations, a festival to taste and explore a world of good, clean and fair food for all.

Partner: Curbing Hunger

curbinghunger.org

 

Curbing Hunger is an organization in central New Jersey dedicated to helping people in Somerset County and surrounding areas. Over the past 21 years, Curbing Hunger has held a regional summer Food Drive that helps fill local food bank shelves during the typically low season for food donations.
An early adopter of the GiveHealthy online food drive platform, Curbing Hunger is ready to raise significant amounts of food again on the platform this summer.

Partner: No Kid Hungry

www.nokidhungry.org

 

The No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The campaign also engages the public to make ending child hunger a national priority.
Through its Cooking Matters program, the No Kid Hungry campaign educates and empowers low-income families to stretch their food budgets so their kids get healthy meals at home. Cooking Matters participants learn to shop strategically, use nutrition information to make healthier food choices, and cook delicious, affordable meals.

Partner: Broccoli City Festival

www.bcfestival.com

 

Broccoli City is a social enterprise that roots itself in a triple bottom line strategy that focuses on people, planet, and profit. We are working to “redefine the cool” towards people being active and engaged participants in their community. We are creating a culture that celebrates and rewards people who are “getting active” and doing the work to make our communities healthier.

The first Broccoli City Festival was started in 2013 to draw attention for Earth Day, aligning with the brands mission to build thriving urban communities to sustain future generations by mobilizing and educating urban millennials through social impact campaigns and major events. Through our programs we are creating higher standards of sustainable living, environmental sustainability, renewable energy, economic opportunity, and access to high quality food and shelter.

Health Partners

Partner: Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins University

www.jhsph.edu/clf

Since 1996 the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) has been addressing some of the most pressing issues in the food system while advancing public health and protecting the environment. As an interdisciplinary academic center within the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the CLF is dedicated to building a healthier, more equitable, and resilient food system. The CLF is a leader in food system and public health research, education, policy, and advocacy and is a trusted scientific resource for advocates, policy makers, educators, and communities.

Partner: Cancer Schmancer

www.cancerschmancer.org

Cancer Schmancer’s mission is to shift the nation’s focus from just searching for a cure to prevention and early detection of cancer in order to save lives. The Cancer Schmancer Movement is a three-prong organization dedicated to Early Detection, Prevention and Policy Change.

Partner: Eating You Alive

www.eatingyoualive.com

Featuring leading medical experts and researchers, Eating You Alive is a feature-length documentary that takes a scientific look at the reasons we’re so sick, who’s responsible for feeding us the wrong information and how we can use whole-food, plant-based nutrition to take control of our health—one bite at a time.

Partner: True Health Initiative

http://www.truehealthinitiative.org

Lifestyle as medicine.

Our vision is a world where all people live long and healthy lives, free of preventable chronic disease.

Our mission is to create a culture free of preventable chronic disease by demonstrating and disseminating the global consensus on the fundamental, evidence-based truths of lifestyle as medicine.

Together we can build a movement around the fundamentals of healthy living, preventing as much as 80 percent of chronic disease and premature death.

Hunger Partners

Partner: Rhode Island Food Bank

rifoodbank.org

The Rhode Island Community Food Bank distributes food to people in need through a statewide network of 160 member agencies. These agencies include food pantries, meal sites, shelters, youth programs and senior centers. Each month, 59,000 struggling Rhode Islanders receive food assistance at these agencies. One in three served is a child under the age of 18, and one in five is over the age of 60.

Partner: Neighbor to Neighbor

www.ntngreenwich.org

Now in its 42nd year, Neighbor to Neighbor provides food and clothing to the communities in and around Greenwich, Connecticut. The organization and its many volunteers offer assistance with dignity and respect to over 650 local families, serving over 325,000 meals per year.

Partner: MEND – Meeting Emergency Needs with Dignity

www.mendnj.org

MEND is the oldest and largest interfaith network of food pantries in Essex County, New Jersey. Since 1980, more than 1.7 million neighbors have passed through our doors to feed their families. In 2016, MEND’s 16 pantries served over 107,000 individuals.

Education Partners

Partner: NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College

www.nycfoodpolicy.org

The New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College develops intersectoral, innovative and evidence-based solutions to preventing diet-related diseases and promoting food security in New York and other cities. The Center works with policy makers, community organizations, advocates and the public to create healthier, more sustainable food environments and to use food to promote community and economic development.

Partner: Center for Science in the Public Interest

cspinet.org

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has been providing advice and advocacy toward a healthier food system since its founding in 1971.
As one of the nation’s top consumer advocates, CSPI will keep fighting for government policies and corporate practices that promote healthy diets, prevent deceptive marketing practices, and ensure that science is used to promote the public good.

Partner: Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins University

www.jhsph.edu/clf

Since 1996 the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) has been addressing some of the most pressing issues in the food system while advancing public health and protecting the environment. As an interdisciplinary academic center within the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the CLF is dedicated to building a healthier, more equitable, and resilient food system. The CLF is a leader in food system and public health research, education, policy, and advocacy and is a trusted scientific resource for advocates, policy makers, educators, and communities.

Partner: Change Food

www.changefood.org

Change Food creates programs, events and resources for individuals and groups changing the food system from the ground up.

The New York based organization runs its annual Change Food Fest in September along with other events that raise awareness, promote solutions and provide tools that can educate others.

Partner: Laurie M. Tisch Food Center for Food, Education and Policy

www.tc.columbia.edu/tisch

The Tisch Food Center at Teachers College, Columbia University cultivates research about connections between a just, sustainable food system and healthy eating, and translates it into recommendations and resources for educators, policy makers, and community advocates. The Center focuses on schools as critical levers for learning and social change.

tisch

Media Partners

Partner: Food Tank

foodtank.org

Food Tank is focused on building a global community for safe, healthy, nourished eaters. We spotlight environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable ways of alleviating hunger, obesity, and poverty and create networks of people, organizations, and content to push for food system change.