Tag: Health Equity

Newsletter #37: November 2022

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new campaign! Plus, this Giving Tuesday, a generous donor is matching all gifts up to $5,000! Click over to read more in our November newsletter.

The Impact of Activate Health in 2021-22

Through Activate Health, we call on you to be a health ambassador for your community! Last year, through our blog posts, we wove many Activate Health principles into the conversation. Read on for highlights of some of our most impactful messages last year, and why they are very much still relevant to the health, resiliency, and recovery of our province today.

Vaccination: Our Strongest Tool in Our COVID-19 Toolkit

One of the clearest Activate Health messages we’ve had since COVID-19 vaccines became available, and one of the clearest ways we can each, as individuals, protect the health and safety of the population, is through vaccination—our strongest tool in our toolkit—true before COVID-19, and will remain true after COVID-19.

Now Hiring: Senior Development Officer

We’re hiring a Senior Development Officer to join our growing fundraising team! Learn more about the role, how to apply, and the application deadline.

7 Ways to Promote Gender Equality

It’s Gender Equality Week in Canada and while we’ve made some progress, we have not yet reached gender equality in Canada, or in the world. In this blog post, you’ll learn seven ways you can Activate Health and help promote gender equality.

The Health of Our Planet Affects the Health of Our Population

Climate change is not only a public health issue, it’s a public health emergency. In this blog post, we share three ways you can Activate Health, and how, by your individual actions, you can help create a positive impact for the population.

Our ED Kristy Kerr Discusses the Social Determinants of Health on Recent Podcast

Our ED, Kristy Kerr, was invited on the Small Conversations for a Better World Podcast to talk about the Social Determinants of Health—to discuss the importance of understanding and addressing health inequities in our society.

Prevention 101: Decoding Public Health

In our Prevention 101 blog post, we share examples on how and why prevention works. Plus, five ways we can use our individual actions and voices to move towards a new way of thinking.

Sign at a protest that reads "Fight today for a better tomorrow"

Social Justice and Public Health

Social justice and public health are intrinsically linked. Right now, the world is seeing how the need for improving social justice is reaching a boiling point. If we want to improve public health, we must engage in social justice now.

Social Justice and Public Health: Taking Action

Each of us has the power to create meaningful change that our world urgently needs. Here are 8 ways you can support social justice and public health right away.