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A Decade of Collective Impact to Make the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice

With concrete, measurable results, Shape Up SF has demonstrated that real, lasting change is possible. This 10- year public health initiative stands as a concrete example of what can be achieved when government, communities and non-profits make a concerted and ambitious commitment to fundamentally improve the health of a city.

Suggested Citation Zieff. S., Goette, C., Szeto, M., & Miller, M. (2016). A Decade of Collective Impact to Make the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice (Rep.). Shape Up San Francisco.

Reducing Consumption of Sugary Drinks in San Francisco: A Collective Impact Approach

A Collective Impact project between San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership (SFHIP) and the Shape Up San Francisco Coalition. Report prepared and submitted by SFHIP Sugar Sweetened Beverage (SSB) Working Group, October 2016

 

Shape Up SF Strategic Plan (2015-2017)

This 3-year strategic plan is a living document using a Results-Based Accountability framework. The strength of the plan, and the key to its overall success, is its firm use of Collective Impact approach to work with a broad array of partners within SUSF and communities to develop and implement culturally relevant strategies that meet needs and focus on communities experiencing the greatest inequities in health in San Francisco.

2015 SUSF Strategic Plan (PDF)

Shape Up SF Strategic Plan (2009‐2014)

Shape Up SF unveiled its five‐year strategic plan at a summit in November of 2008. This plan presents strategies designed to address the roots of chronic disease, and, in particular, address health disparities associated with the development of chronic disease. Shape Up SF’s philosophy is embodied throughout the plan insofar that our work focuses on creating the environments that make it easy for people to be physically active and eat healthfully where they live, work, play and learn. Our identified strategies cover four key areas: policy, programs & events, awareness & education, and data & research.

Five Year Strategic Plan (PDF)

Shape Up Year in Review

Shape Up SF puts together an annual Year in Review to highlight accomplishments in physical activity and healthy eating of Shape Up SF and our partners. Download the PDFs:

201620152014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 

Shape Up SF Policy Analysis

Recommendations to create environments that promote physical activity. This project was made possible with funding by The California Endowment.
Shape Up San Francisco Policy Analysis (PDF)

PE Advocates’ 2012 PE Assessment

The state of PE in San Francisco Unified School District. The PE Advocates commissioned UCSF to conduct this PE assessment in SFUSD.

Elementary PE Assessment Results and Recommendations (PDF) February 2012.

Bayview HEAL Zone and SEFA

Bayview HEAL Zone and SEFA Urban Ag Report and Recommendations (PDF)
Bayview HEAL Zone and SEFA Urban Ag Appendices (PDF)

Open Truth Campaign Evaluation

Open Truth Campaign Evaluation Report (PDF) – In 2015, Shape Up San Francisco (SUSF) launched the Open Truth Campaign (OTC), in collaboration with the Alameda County Department of Public Health, Sonoma County Department of Health Services, The Bigger Picture (project of Youth Speaks and UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations), the American Heart Association, UCSF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and creative partner Your Message Media. In April and May 2015, approximately two months after the launch of the OTC campaign, UC Berkeley researchers conducted street-level intercept surveys with 639 San Francisco residents in two low-income neighborhoods (the Mission and the Bayview). The survey assessed residents’ consumption of and knowledge about SSBs, their exposure to the OTC, and their opinions about SSB-related policies.

Suggested Citation:
Tan ML, Falbe J, Becker C, Narlock G, Thompson HR. Shape Up San Francisco’s Open Truth Campaign: Evaluation Report. August 2015. UC Berkeley School of Public Health; Berkeley, CA.

Open Truth Campaign Social Media Evaluation Baseline Report (PDF) – The Open Truth Campaign’s on-line social media campaign was launched in February 2015. This baseline report covers the first five months of the campaign, from February – June, 2015.

Suggested Citation:
Tan, ML. Social Media Evaluation Baseline Report. August 2015. UC Berkeley School of Public Health; Berkeley, CA.