GIVE TO LINCOLN 2018 IS NOW THROUGH MAY 31
Early Giving begins May 1

Give To Lincoln Day is your chance to make a real impact on Lincoln's quality of life. With a donation to support our WeCook program and our Streets Alive! Community Development Project, you can help make kids, families, and neighborhoods more healthy. Watch our videos below to learn more.

From now through Thursday, May 31st at 11:59 PM every donation you make helps even more because we will also receive a proportional share of a $400,000 challenge match fund. Early giving begins May 1. Donate here.

 

"We Cook" Helps Kids 
Kids having fun while learning the kinds of nutrition and fitness activities that will make them healthy for life - that's what you'll see in this video about WeCook.  WeCook promotes physical fitness and teaches at-risk youth and their families how to cook simple, healthy foods and learn more about gardening. Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln is raising funds to support the WeCook program at Elliott, Everett and Huntington Community Learning Centers.  Your donation to Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln on Give to Lincoln Day supports the WeCook program - helping kids and families stay healthy for life.

 

Streets Alive! Community Development Project Promotes Healthy Neighborhoods

Strong and healthy neighborhoods benefit EVERYONE.  A mobile festival that moves to a new neighborhood every 2 years, Streets Alive! partners with community organizations, businesses, and individuals to support a community development project that promotes neighborhood health and vitality.  The project benefits not only the host neighborhood but adds to the beauty, safety, and well-being of our entire city.   This year's project in the Belmont Neighborhood supports an outdoor living and learning center to be shared by Belmont's community, senior, and recreation centers, preschool, elementary school and learning centers, neighborhood organizations, residents, and businesses.  Your donation to Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln on Give to Lincoln Day supports the Community Development Project, improving community health one child, one family, and one neighborhood at a time.

 


PHL Featured on NASDAQ Jumbotron in NY

Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln Wins
National Cancer Screening Award

Feb. 27, 2018 – The National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable (NCCRT), an organization co-founded by the American Cancer Society and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, honored Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln with a national achievement award recognizing community leadership in the ongoing effort to save lives through early detection of colorectal cancer.

One of seven honorees nationwide, Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln received the 80% by 2018 National Achievement Award in the community category for leading the Nebraska Physicians Cancer Screening Project.  The award recognizes individuals and organizations who dedicate their time, talent and expertise to advancing needed initiatives to reach the national goal of regularly screening 80% of adults age 50 or over for colorectal cancer. Learn more.  Find colon cancer info, resource links.

 

 


 
LNKTV Health Features PHL
and Partners Monthly -
 meet our partners

Each month, LNKTV Health's TV's Shape of the City program features community organizations that are making a difference in our community. Shape of the City in the Kitchen features great nutrition information and tips to make healthy eating easier.  LNKTV's Health Get Up and Go Series features unique and fun ways to be active and Bright Sports featuring inspiring work done by local nonprofits to improve community health.  Watch the latest Shape of the City below and visit LNKTV Health for everything health, wellness, safety, and fitness in our community: 

 

MAY 2017

In the first segment, Lincoln Animal Control answers some common spring questions regarding wildlife.  ,

The second segment features our president, Dr. Bob Rauner (Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln) and Dr. Adam Rensch (Lincoln Family Medicine) talk about the importance of the HPV vaccine.

The last segment examines how Lincoln Lancaster County WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) works to improve the lives mothers and their children.

Find an LNKTV Health program schedule, live streaming and video-on-demand options at this link.

 


 

Fitness Levels UP!

The Lincoln Journal Star 2016 Community Update (pictured here), features the yearlong efforts of Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln and all our partners to improve the health of our community, and moving towards our goal of FIT BY 2020.  READ MORE

View or download the Lincoln Journal Star 2016 Community Update

 

 

 

 

 


Foundation singles out city, Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln, LPS Wellness Program, LLCHD, WorkWell

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), America’s largest philanthropy devoted solely to the public's health, has recognized the city of Lincoln, the work of Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln and our partners, WorkWell, Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department, and the LPS Wellness Program, for progress made locally in addressing the nationwide obesity epidemic.  The foundation recently committed $500M over ten years to target childhood obesity across the country, bringing their investment total since 2007 to $1B to reverse childhood obesity rates. Read their article about Lincoln.