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It’s time to act. Learn more about our efforts to eliminate wellness inequities—we’re just getting started.

Meet the WW Wellness Impact Award Winners

Everyone deserves the resources for healthy living, but in today’s world, not all communities have access to them.

This new initiative empowers community leaders and breaks down the barriers to wellness—for everyone.

Doing Good—together

Last year, WW members donated 5,907,562 pounds of produce and 12,818,680 meals to those in need through WellnessWins™. That’s pretty incredible! It wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our nonprofit partners:


Wholesome Wave works to solve nutrition insecurity and increase access to nutritional foods. It does this by partnering with community organizations and empowering people to make food choices that fit their personal needs.

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Feeding America is the leading organization in emergency food systems. It works with local food banks to meet the immediate needs of communities in crisis.

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Borderland Rainbow Center is an organization that connects LGBTQI+ people with resources for improved physical and mental health, economic stability, legal rights, and more.

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Full Heart Full Bellies fights food insecurity by providing meals to children in the Bronx, New York. In June 2021, 10,000 WW members donated their Wins, which allowed for WW Good to donate a greenhouse to a community center.

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Prioritizing Collective Action

There’s more than enough food to feed the world’s population of 7.8 billion people. But today, nearly 1 in 3 people are malnourished. That means food insecurity is solvable—and WW is committed to being a part of the solution.

By launching the Healthy Living Coalition (HLC), a collective of business leaders and nonprofit organizations, we’re transforming our individual action into collective impact. The HLC uses the combined resources of its members to tackle nutrition gaps, help improve food systems, and combat food insecurity.

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