Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is Helping Seattle Kids Drink Water, Not Soda  – Public Health | Grants | Fundraising – Inside Philanthropy

The American public is finally starting to recognize the connection between sugary drinks and obesity, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is helping schools and community organizations get water into schools, and soda and sugary drinks out.

This year, Washington State considered legislation to fund water stations in schools throughout the state, but the legislation was not passed. Advocates are not going away, though, and will be back and ready for round two next year.

via Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is Helping Seattle Kids Drink Water, Not Soda  – Public Health | Grants | Fundraising – Inside Philanthropy.

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