New Jersey Partnership for Healthy Kids (NJPHK) is a statewide program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) whose primary goal is to convene, connect and empower community partnerships across the state to implement environment and policy changing strategies that prevent childhood obesity. Community coalitions in Trenton, Camden, Newark, New Brunswick, and Vineland are leading these efforts.
As a child, New Jersey native Allison Gertel-Rosenberg, M.S., was empowered by her parents to “chase her dreams.” Allison ran with that and has been on a mission to not only chase her dreams, but to make an impact and leave things better than they were before.
Join us for 2013 Building Healthy Communities Conference on December 4th, Pines Manor, Edison, NJ.
NJPHK-Trenton and the Trenton Green team recently received the Complete Streets Champion Award. The award recognized the leadership and support of designing a Complete Streets policy that makes it easier and safer to move around the city—whether residents are walking, driving, bicycling, riding a bus, shopping, or sightseeing.