2022 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity – Dec 7

Posted by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) on November 22, 2022

***Deadline Extended to December 7, 2022***

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Award for Health Equity presented by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (RWJF-CCPH Award) will highlight the power and potential of community-campus partnerships successfully using systems and policy change needed to overcome the root causes of health, social, environmental and economic inequalities. The RWJF-CCPH Award recognizes noteworthy leaders and examples to the field in the area of exemplary partnerships between communities and academic institutions that are striving to achieve health equity and social justice.

The RWJF-CCPH Award is part of a series of awards, supported by RWJF, but administered separately by independent organizations. RWJF believes that it is critical to improve systems that influence the determinants of health —such as public safety, employment, housing, education—in order to improve lives and reduce health disparities.

The 2022 RWJF-CCPH Award recipients will receive:

  • $1,500 each to the Community Partner and Institutional Partner as an unrestricted cash prize. Continued public recognition of the individual’s achievements at a virtual award ceremony with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in the Spring of 2022;
  • A commemorative plaque;
  • A press release and newsletter articles announcing the award and describing the Key Leaders and their partnerships;
  • A description of the Key Leaders’ partnership on the CCPH website, with links to the partnership’s website; and,
  • Special opportunities to present at CCPH-sponsored webinars and forums.

Application Deadline: Monday, November 30, 2022

Call for applications.

Official Rules.


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