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Let's Eat Healthy!

Join and engage in the initiative to support children and families build healthier communities.


Let's Eat Healthy Initiative Introduction

The Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative unites individuals and organizations through shared values.

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Through shared values, the Let's Eat Healthy Initiative elevates the health of children and families through the pursuit of lifelong healthy eating habits.

The Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative Strategic Framework outlines objectives and action steps to engage stakeholders in advancing collaboration in the initiative through multidisciplinary action and advocacy.


LEH Strategic Framework Values


Together, we are making a difference! Join the Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative to take action and inspire healthier children, families and communities. 




Let's Eat Healthy Leadership Award Introduction

The award program recognizes and celebrates individuals, youth leaders and organizations.

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Let’s Eat Healthy Leadership Award

Champion for healthier communities through nutrition and elevate change-makers in your community.

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Let's Eat Healthy Champion Spotlight


Headshot_DawnSotoDawn Soto

Senior Food Service Training Specialist
Los Angeles Unified School District
Los Angeles, California

Dawn Soto is a Senior Food Service Training Specialist with the Los Angeles Unified School District Food Services Division. She develops and oversees training curriculum for over 3,500 district employees, students and parents on all subjects pertaining to school food programs, operations, nutrition education and professional development that align with professional standards requirements. Her services extend to technical assistance on education materials for 685 cafeterias, Smarter Lunchrooms Movement grants and “Choose What You Want, Eat What You Choose” nutritional student assemblies. These no-cost services are a welcome resource for schools with limited funds allotted for educational student assemblies. Dawn has collaborated with Let's Eat Healthy in numerous ways, including the creation of a unit on nutrition for staff development and themed nutrition messaging and activities for a monthly wellness newsletter to foodservice staff. She believes: 

Healthy eating is really important. I encourage you to think outside the box and step outside the classroom. Reach out to your school foodservice professionals and partner with them. We have an immense opportunity to reach every single child that steps through the cafeteria doors.

Ways to Engage

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Educate children and families

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Collaborate in your community

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Advocate for Health Solutions

using evidence-based nutrition

Promote Farm-to-You Programs

(in schools + community!)
It’s exciting to see the launch of the Let’s Eat Healthy Initiative. I believe that through collaboration we can make a positive difference.
Erin Maurie, Communications Director + Policy, First 5 Sacramento

Current Campaigns

Let’s Eat Healthy campaigns include resources to help you organize, promote and celebrate nutrition themes within your school or community. Celebrate today! 

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Connect with Let's Eat Healthy Advocates

Join the listserv conversation to connect with professionals and nutrition advocates!

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Already making a difference in your community?

Share your story of improving health through nutrition to help others follow your lead!

Follow us on social media!

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Interested in collaborating on community nutrition?

Please reach out to the Community Nutrition Adviser in your area to explore how we can collaborate.