Representative Funders and Partners

ChangeLab Solutions is honored to have the support and partnership of many esteemed organizations. Our work began in 1997 when we provided key leadership for the tobacco control movement in California. Since then, we have worked in nearly all of the 58 California counties and most of the 482 cities and towns. Our work in land use and transportation planning, childhood obesity prevention, tobacco control, food systems, school environments, and more has led us to work across all 50 states in rural, urban and suburban communities.

We would like to recognize the government agencies, foundations, academic institutions, community based organizations and private entities who partner with us to help promote nationwide. Below is a representative sample of the ever-growing list of funders and partners who make our work possible. Thank you for supporting our efforts to promote the common good by making healthier choices easier for everyone.

FEDERAL

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Federal Transit Administration

STATE GOVERNMENTS

Alaska, Department of Health & Social Services
Arizona, Department of Health Services
California, Department of General Services
California, Department of Public Health
California, Governor’s Office of Planning & Research
California, Strategic Growth Council
Hawaii, Department of Health
Illinois, Department of Public Health
Minnesota, Department of Health
New Mexico, Department of Health
Nevada, Department of Health and Human Services
North Carolina, Division of Public Health
Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust
Ohio, Department of Health
Washington, Department of Health
Wisconsin, Department of Health Services

COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

Alameda County, CA
Bernalillo County, NM, Office of Environmental Health
Cook County, IL, Department of Public Health
Fresno County, CA, Department of Public Health
Grant County, WA, Health District
Los Angeles County, CA, Department of Public Health
Jefferson County, CO, Department of Public Health
Miami-Dade County, FL, Health Department
Multnomah County, OR, Department of Health
Oklahoma City-County, OK, Health Department
Pinellas County, FL, Department of Health
San Diego County, CA, Health and Human Services Agency
San Mateo County, CA
Santa Clara County, CA, Department of Public Health
Seattle & King County, WA, Department of Public Health
Spokane County, WA, Regional Health District
Stanislaus County, CA, Health Services Agency
Whatcom County, WA

CITY GOVERNMENTS

Alameda, CA, Department of Community Development
Arvin, CA
Carson, CA
Chicago, IL, Department of Public Health
Denver, CO, Denver Health
District of Columbia, Department of Health
Gilroy, CA, Department of Community Development
Houston, TX, Department of Health and Human Services
Huntington Park, CA, Department of Community Development
Nashville, TN, Metro Public Health Department
New York, NY, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
San Antonio, TX, Metropolitan Health District
San Francisco, CA, Department of Public Health
San Jose, CA, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services
San Pablo, CA, Childhood Obesity Taskforce

FOUNDATIONS

Action for Healthy Food
The California Endowment
California Healthcare Foundation
The California Wellness Foundation
Desert Healthcare Foundation
East Bay Community Foundation
Health Foundation of South Florida
The Health Trust
Kaiser Permanente Share
The Kresge Foundation
Resources Legacy Fund
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The San Francisco Foundation
Sierra Health Foundation
Silicon Valley Community Foundation

ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

Johns Hopkins University
Network for Public Health Law
Northeastern University, Public Health Advocacy Institute
Stanford University School of Medicine, Prevention Research Center
Temple University, Public Health Law Research
University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley, Center for Weight and Health
University of California, San Diego, Division of Community Pediatrics
University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine
University of Connecticut, Rudd Center
University of New England
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania, African American Childhood Obesity Research Network
University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health
University of Texas, San Antonio, Salud America!
University of Wisconsin-Madison
William Mitchell College of Law, Public Health Law Center
 
COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS

Action for Healthy Kids
Action Now Initiative
Active Transportation Alliance
American Heart Association
American Lung Association
American Public Health Association
Association of State & Territorial Health Officials
Association of State Public Health Nutritionists
Austen BioInnovation Institute
California Center for Public Health Advocacy
CCLHO CHEAC Chronic Disease Prevention Leadership Project
Cherokee Nation
Coalition to Lower Obesity in Chicago’s Children
Community Health Councils, Inc.
Community Health Improvement Partners
Fund for Public Health in New York
Greater Lakes Inter-Tribal Council INC.
Healthy Living Collaborative of Southwest Washington
Illinois Public Health Association
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials
National Center for Healthy Housing
National Network of Public Health Institutes
New York Academy of Medicine
Opportunity Finance Network
Pima Prevention Partnership
Prevention Institute
Public Health Institute
Public Health Trust
Search to Involve Pilipino Americans, Community Outreach
The Food Trust
United Way of Central Alabama, Inc.
 
PRIVATE ENTITIES

Alta Planning + Design
ICF Macro
McKing Consulting Corporation
Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates
Nike, Inc.
Raimi + Associates
Rincon Consultants, Inc.
 
Thank you to the following law firms for their pro bono counsel:

Cooley Godward Kronish LLP
Fenwick & West LLP
Morrison & Foerester
 
Please consider ChangeLab Solutions as a cy pres recipient:

At ChangeLab Solutions, we seek to empower all members of the public to adopt a healthy and nutritious lifestyle, which includes ensuring they can rely on the truth of marketing for the food products they choose to consume. We have been honored to be a cy pres recipient in several cases related to food marketing. Any cy pres funding that ChangeLab Solutions receives will go toward our continuing research, materials development, and training in support of strategies to improve healthy food access and community health.

If you would like information about our work promoting healthy food environments and qualifications as a cy pres recipient, please don’t hesitate to contact Carla Jackson at (510) 302-3380.