H2HC aligns food, nutrition, and health through an equity lens to promote a healthy future for everyone.
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H2HC is seeking nominations for its 2023 Prizes for Innovation.
In this inaugural year, H2HC will award two $100,000 prizes.
The prizes will identify and highlight successful efforts to address food and nutrition inequities in communities throughout the United States.
Prize recipients will be announced and introduced at the H2HC Fall Summit on November 16, 2023, at WBUR CitySpace in Boston.
Nominations must be submitted by Friday, July 28, 2023.
On November 17, 2022, the Hunger to Health Collaboratory (H2HC) convened a broad coalition of thought leaders to share expertise, experiences, and innovative models of success around the challenges of identifying and implementing integrated solutions to food, nutrition, and health inequities.
The Summit offered a critical opportunity to consider questions raised at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health in September 2022, with an eye toward implementable and effective national, regional, and local solutions.
The resulting report, The Way Forward: Learnings from the Fall 2022 Summit, is an important resource that summarizes the cross-sector group’s best thinking, insights, and recommendations.
U.S. Representative and Rules Committee Ranking Member James McGovern (D-MA-02) virtually welcomed participants to the 2022 H2HC Fall Summit. He urged the private sector to collaborate and innovate in addressing hunger, nutrition, and health inequities because “…the power to end hunger rests with us all.”