About ENACT Nutrition and Activity Day
What is ENACT Day?
ENACT Nutrition and Physical Activity Day brings community members and advocates from all over California together in Sacramento to learn about and support state policies that promote health equity through nutrition and physical activity. ENACT 2018 will also offer a greater emphasis on the intersectional character of health and nutrition than in previous years. Join us to...
When is ENACT Day 2018?
- LEARN about proposed bills before the legislature,
- NETWORK with leaders and advocates, and
- MEET with your representatives and members of the media!
It will be held on Wednesday, April 18 at The California Endowment's Sacramento Office.
Wondering what ENACT Day will be like?
Check out this Storify compilation of photos and tweets from participants in last year's event. link
How do I register for ENACT Day?
Registration is open now
and will close at the end of March (3/31/18). ENACT Day registration is FREE, and lunch will be provided. A limited number of travel scholarships
are available. We encourage you to register early to help us determine the potential need for travel assistance.
ENACT Day 2018 Policy Agenda
ENACT participants will be trained on and advocate for legislation included on the ENACT Day policy agenda. The policy agenda includes several legislative proposals that impact nutrition and physical activity across California.
- FOOD EQUITY (supported by SB 900, AB 1871 and AB 2335
- WATER/BEVERAGE EQUITY (supported by SB 623, SB 998 and SB 1192)
- HEALTH EQUITY (supported by SB 974)
- HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS (supported by AB 2161 and SB 1010)
- CRIMINAL JUSTICE (supported by SB 10)
ENACT Day is a collaborative effort hosted by the following organizations:
American Heart Association, Berkeley Food Institute, California Food Policy Advocates, California State University - Chico's Center for Healthy Communities, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, California Public Interest Research Group, Community Partners, Public Health Advocates, Public Health Institute, Sacramento Food Policy Council and others.