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  • Announcing Green Light Foods 2.0

    Make healthy choices at the grocery store with our Green Light Foods mobile app. The new and improved version 2.0 introduces features that will make the app even more useful for families on the go who want to make the best nutritional decisions.  

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  • Get ready, set ... 5-2-1-0!

    Let’s Move Pittsburgh is proud to collaborate with Let’s Go!, a national children’s health program, to provide the framework for reinforcing healthy lifestyle choices that benefit local kids. 

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  • Champion Schools Awards Winners Announced

    Let’s Move Pittsburgh, with support from The Heinz Endowments, is pleased to announce the winners of its second annual Champion Schools Awards! This mini-grant program celebrates and rewards schools for leading new or existing programs to improve children's health. 

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  • Let’s Move Pittsburgh Welcomes Mary Kathryn Poole

    As Let's Move Pittsburgh's new director of programming and operations, Mary Kathryn Poole will lead the collaborative in its efforts to provide families with the resources they need to eat more nutritiously, get active and reduce screen time.

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  • Let’s Move Pittsburgh Symposium

    The next Let's Move Pittsburgh Symposium is scheduled for November 12, 2015. Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more details!

    If you missed our last symposium, click HERE.

Discover 5-2-1-0

Let’s Move Pittsburgh is launching 5-2-1-0, a new movement that reinforces healthy lifestyle choices for the benefit of local kids. Modeled after a program developed by Let’s Go!, a national children’s health initiative, 5-2-1-0 promotes four key messages related to healthy eating, recreational screen time and physical activity.  


Let's Move Pittsburgh is a collaborative of organizations, parents and caregivers in southwestern Pennsylvania committed to leading children in our region toward a healthier future. Inspired by First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign to curb childhood obesity through raised awareness about the benefits of healthy foods, decreased screen time and increased physical activity for children, we aim to put solutions to this national problem into swift action here at home.

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