Our Impact

With genuine collaboration among the public, private, and nonprofit sectors plus a collaboration with communities, we know it is possible to improve the quality of life for Michiganders. Through our programming, we have evidence that supports direct and indirect health outcomes of individuals and communities. Since our inception, we have used evidence-based models aimed at systemic and sustainable behavior change.  The numbers below reflect one year of work within our Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) programs, Safe Routes to School grants and the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance initiatives. 

443,000

Event Participants

88

more cups of fruits and vegetables per adult will be consumed annually

430

Endorsed Events Statewide

1,500+

Schools, and The Families They Serve, Were Impacted

1,580

People Trained

643,000+

People Reached by SNAP-Ed

2,064

Trail Miles Promoted & Built

$63,000,000

Estimated increase spent on fruits & vegetables in Michigan over the last four years.

8,000

Partner Organizations

0
+
MICHIGANDERS REACHED

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