Take Action Get Sugary Drinks Out of Summer Camps!

Summer is here, and that means camp for kids to make new friends and try new things—but it also potentially means being exposed to unhealthy sugary drinks. Sign the Petition

How can you fight Latino childhood obesity in your area?

See how these Salud Heroes are fighting Latino obesity…and learn how easy it is to be a Salud Hero, too!

Obesity threatens the health of Latino kids.

Growing Healthy Change brings you healthy changes happening in your community right now, and shows how to start your own change.

Find new policies, stories, and research to reduce Latino childhood obesity—like unlocking playgrounds after school—in your city, school, county, state, and nation.

Learn from our Salud Heroes how you can make a change, too.

Get started!

1. Find Changes

By Keyword

Recent Changes

Bloomberg Moves To Ban Sugary Drinks In NYC Restaurants And Movie Theaters
Update: San Francisco Soda Tax

Latino children tend to drink more sugary beverages than their peers, but folks across the country, including elected officials, are trying to make healthier beverages the … Read more

PlaystreetsChicago
PlayStreets 2014 Creates More Opportunities for Recreation in Chicago

Kids from neighborhoods all across the city of Chicago can look forward to staying active and having safe places to … Read more

The Food Trust
California to Discuss Urban Food Access

The California State Board of Food and Agriculture will discuss urban food access issues at its upcoming meeting on August … Read more

2. Learn to Create Change

What's Change?

Active Play

Find out what "change" really means and all the science behind it.
Learn more

Get help to Make a Change

Active Play

Use research, toolkits, and other elements to learn about healthy change.
Learn more

3. Be a Salud Hero

Making a Change?

Share Your Change

If you or someone you know is starting a change or already made a change, let us know.
We can write it up, possibly film it, and share it nationwide!
Share your story or alert us to a change