The Campaign’s partner organizations include the California Center for Public Health Advocacy and the League of California Cities. Established in 1999, the California Center for Public Health Advocacy raises awareness about critical public health issues and mobilizes communities to establish state and local policies to improve the health of Californians. CCPHA works toward a vision of California communities in which physical, social, and economic conditions support the health and well-being of all residents, and in which health disparities no longer exist.
Founded in 1898, the League of California Cities is an association of over 400 California cities. The League’s mission is to expand and protect local control for cities through education and advocacy in order to enhance the quality of life for all Californians. The League holds an annual membership conference, institutes for elected and appointed officials, regional meetings, legislative action days, and other gatherings for elected and appointed officials.
Our funders share our commitment to building healthy cities, and to paying particular attention to neighborhoods that lack the basic building blocks for health - nutritious food, parks and open space, walking and biking infrastructure.
Kaiser Permanente is our long term funder which has generously invested in the HEAL Cities Campaign since 2008.
The California Wellness Foundation supports the Complete Parks work.
Past funders include the Vitamin Cases Settlement Fund, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation and The San Francisco Foundation.