Community Outreach

Recipe for Success Foundation (RFS) is putting children back in touch with healthy food from seed to plate. Collaboration is key to achieving our goals, and we are proud to join forces with Houston Mayor Annise Parker's office, along with . . .

Action for Healthy Kids, Alliance for a Healthier Generation, American Heart Association, Aramark, Ai Culinary Program, Baylor College of Medicine, CAN DO Houston, CASE, Central Market, Children at Risk, City-County Joint Commission on Children, City of Houston Council Member's Sustainability Committee, City of Houston Health Department, Communities in Schools, Discovery Green, Finnegan Park, Greater Houston Restaurant Association, Greater Houston Retailers Cooperative Association, Inc, Harris County Commissioners, Harris County Health Department, Harris County Department of Education, Harris County Psychiatric Center for Children, Houston Department of Health and Human Services, Houston Food Bank, Houston Area Garden Clubs, Houston ISD, Houston Parks and Recreation Department, Let's Move White House Initiative, Mayor's Wellness Committee, Mayor's Urban Farming Task Force, Mid-town Farmer's Market, PBS, Slow Food Houston, Steps Consortium, Teach for America, Texas Children's Hospital, Texas A&M University, Texas Southern University, Texas Department of Agriculture, Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners, University of Houston, USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center Association, Texas Parent Teacher Organization, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Education, UT Health Science Center School of Public Health and Urban Harvest, among others.

RFS is the first American program to harness the power of all the available community resources--private, institutional, NGO and governmental--to implement a coordinated solution to childhood obesity through the schools. We all know that only by working together at the grass roots level can we solve the problem of childhood obesity.