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Healthy children

We draw from the wisdom of families and schools to provide good starts and bright futures.

Making good happen with parents, families and schools

When kids are healthy early, they have a better chance at health later in life. That’s why we partner with those making good happen to put children’s health first. We team up with parents, families and schools. Together, we promote everything from important health screenings to parents reading, talking and singing with their kids.

Committed to healthy children

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Children’s health and brain development

We’re partnering with our community to put children’s health and brain development first. To do that, we’re promoting reading, talking, singing and healthy childhood beginnings. Our partner is the Greater Twin Cities United Way.

Learn about the Children’s Health Initiative

Learn about our Children’s Health Initiative

Students work toward healthy by participating in the 5-2-1-0 School Challenge

School Challenge

Reducing childhood obesity and preventing disease in more than 60 schools with a five fruit and vegetable challenge

School Challenge

Children get a chance learn about healthy eating at an outdoor event with kale


Creating healthier school districts with powerful nutritional and fitness programs YouPower, yumPower and BearPower


St. Paul Public Library Bookmobile builds healthy children and healthy minds in St. Paul, MN


Bringing the St. Paul Public Library to kids city-wide


HealthPartners employees pose for a photo at an event supporting March of Dimes healthy babies

March of Dimes

Helping support the health of moms and babies through prevention

March of Dimes


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A brighter future starts with healthier kids.

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Andrea Walsh
President and CEO of HealthPartners

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