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2014 Progress Report
28 Jan, 2015. 0 Comments. News. Posted By: lncigc

lncigc copyWe are proud to begin the year with a report on our progress in 2014.  We invite you to read the full report to learn about our work, including:

  • – Pathways to Health:  Leave No Child Inside’s first pilot project, launched in partnership with the Evanston Community Council and Safe Routes to School. The project was inspired by the words of New Urbanist Gil Penalosa, who said “Children are an indicator species.  If we can build a successful city for children, we will have a successful city for all people”.  This innovative project is designed to spark neighborhood-wide physical activity by focusing attention on children’s health and well-being;
  • – Broad-based community outreach, including work with Safe Routes to School, the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Interact for Health, the Cincinnati Health Department, Cincinnati Public Schools’ Community Learning Centers, 4C for Children and more;
  • – Highlights of major national efforts, including a new partnership with the National League of Cities to ensure that a connection to nature becomes an integral part of city priorities, planning and policy-making.

  Read the report

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