MPHA EVENTS

Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund Kick Off Event

invitation-prevention-trust-campaign-kick-off-march-1-2017Join us on March 1, 2017 for the campaign launch to call on the legislature to continue the important work of the Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund (PWTF). PWTF, a first-in-the-nation program, is an investment in prevention that has become a cornerstone of the state’s public health strategy. The Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund helps support community based partnerships like municipalities, healthcare systems, businesses, regional planning organizations, and schools.  These groups work together to provide research-based interventions that will reduce rates of the most prevalent and preventable health conditions and advance health equity. 

Funding for this important program will expire on June 30th, 2017 unless reauthorized. Join more than 200 municipal, health, and civic leaders in supporting the re-authorization of this innovative program.

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When: March 1, 2017
Time: 11am
Where: Massachusetts State House, House Members Lounge


Save the Date: MPHA 2017 Spring Awards Breakfast

June 2, 2017, 8:30 – 10:30 am, The State Room, 60 State Street, 33rd Floor, Boston, MA
This June, join us and more than 300 friends and partners in public health for a special anniversary celebration, as we honor five visionary leaders advancing health equity here in the Commonwealth.

This year we are pleased to recognize the achievements of:
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For questions about sponsorship call us at 857-263-7072, ext 114

The Awards Breakfast is the signature networking event of the year for the public health community to come together, celebrate the achievements of our collective power, and reinvigorate our commitment to promote social justice, and advocate for programs and policies that reduce health inequity across Massachusetts.

For information on sponsoring this event or purchasing tickets please contact MPHA Events and Admin Manager, Alexa Piacenza at apiacenza@mapublichealth.org or 857-263-7072, ext 114.

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