Healthy Weight for All Children

RWJF pledges $500 million to help all children in the U.S. grow up at a healthy weight. Since 2007, RWJF has committed $1 billion to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.

RWJF pledges $500 million to help all children in the U.S. grow up at a healthy weight. Since 2007, RWJF has committed $1 billion to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.

Learn more about the new investment

“This commitment is part of [our] effort to build a Culture of Health in every community.” @RisaLavizzo

Talk Health Insurance to Me

RWJF's bilingual advertising campaign designed to encourage key segments of the uninsured to enroll in health coverage continues to provide info on quality, low-cost health insurance plans, financial help, and in-person assistance.

RWJF's bilingual advertising campaign designed to encourage key segments of the uninsured to enroll in health coverage continues to provide info on quality, low-cost health insurance plans, financial help, and in-person assistance.

Let’s not forget that more than 40 million people remain uninsured. There is still more work to be done to make sure all those who are eligible can get the coverage they need and deserve.

—"New Year, Coverage for Millions," John R. Lumpkin, RWJF senior vice president and director, Targeted Teams

6.6M

have gained coverage or renewed their health plan through HealthCare.gov.

Nate Garvis, founder and author of Naked Civics, shares insights on entrepreneurial thinking and how it can be applied to build a Culture of Health.

Nate Garvis, founder and author of Naked Civics, shares insights on entrepreneurial thinking and how it can be applied to build a Culture of Health.

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Big Ideas for the Future of Health and Health Care

The leading thinkers and visionaries in our What's Next Health series are helping us explore big ideas and new areas likely to be important to health and health care in the future. Each month, What’s Next Health talks with these thought leaders to inspire us all to think big about the future of health and health care.

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What does building a Culture of Health mean to you? At RWJF it means working hand-in-hand with all to transform what it means to be a healthy nation, finding the places where the seeds of a Culture of Health are being planted, and joining forces to build small victories into a national movement.

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    Remembering Andrew Hyman

    At RWJF, we will not forget the lessons Andy taught us as we pursue his legacy of a healthier, more equitable society—one where a Culture of Health flourishes for everyone.

    Risa Lavizzo-Mourey and others share their reflections
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    On the Five-Year Anniversary of Let's Move!, Praise from RWJF

    Let’s Move! has racked up remarkable accomplishments that have improved the health and well-being of millions of Americans.

    Read the salute from RWJF President & CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
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    Fast Company Names RWJF One of World's 10 Most Innovative Not-For-Profits

    RWJF included in ranking of most innovative organizations in recognition of its vision of building a Culture of Health.

    Learn more about this honor

    Our Next Big Chance

    Our Next Big Chance

    Our Next Big Chance

    The nation achieved historic gains in health insurance enrollment last year, but our work is not done. RWJF President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, reminds us that the upcoming open enrollment period presents an opportunity for us to build a Culture of Health together that includes affordable health insurance for all.

    Our Next Big Chance

    The nation achieved historic gains in health insurance enrollment last year, but our work is not done. RWJF President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, reminds us that the upcoming open enrollment period presents an opportunity for us to build a Culture of Health together that includes affordable health insurance for all.

    What Shapes Health

    A study by the Harvard School of Public Health, RWJF and NPR finds that Americans are concerned about their health, and have varied ideas of what causes health problems and what can be done to improve health.

    Explore poll findings

    Nurturing Opportunities for Good Health

    Williamson, W.Va., leads its state in obesity, hypertension and diabetes. But now, residents are working together, in some cases drawing in sectors not normally associated with health, to create a community in which good health is becoming an expectation.

    Find out how Williamson is moving the needle