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Give someone a
Healthy High-Five!

Do you know a student, teacher, principal, friend, health leader, or someone else who is making our world healthier and safer? Do you think a group or business is doing something special in your community?

Through June 2016, Healthy NewsWorks invites you to send a shout-out to any person or organization as part of our Healthy High-Fives Campaign

For a tax-deductible contribution of $10 each, you can create one or more short messages and we'll post them on our website and on Twitter with a #healthyhighfives hashtag!

Each tweet will help put a copy of our new book, Leading Healthy Change In Our Communities 2016, into student hands. Your gift will also help us deliver the three primary elements of the Healthy NewsWorks program---core newspapers, health education, and our book project. This year, we're working with 300 student journalists in 14 high-needs Philadelphia-area schools and distributing their work to some 6,000 elementary and middle school students. 

Here's an example of a Healthy High-Five:

Joe Smith @Joe4HNW is a terrific role model for his work helping to spruce up Our Neighborhood Park! -- From Jane Doe

Simply use the button below to make your donation and create your messages! And to help others connect with your honorees and spread the word about their good work, be sure to include the honorees' Twitter handles if they have one. Note that messages may be edited for length or clarity.

Create a Healthy High-Five! For more Healthy High-Fives, you can print a form and mail it to us.

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Be confident in your charitable giving. Healthy NewsWorks is a division of Resources for Human Development, Inc., a registered charitable organization. In accordance with Pennsylvania law, we are required to advise you that a copy of RHD's official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 800-732-0999 (toll-free within Pennsylvania) or 717-783-1720. Registration does not imply endorsement.