The member companies of the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation grant over $71 million to over 120 energy balance programs, and collectively reach more than 70 million people. Here are a few of those programs:


National Park Foundation - National Park Foundation - $500,000. This grant will support the National Parks: Trails Today Program which includes trail restoration, creation, and enhancement while engaging communities and youth in the value and stewardship of recreational access to national parks. The grant will help provide safe and active access to recreation opportunities across the National Park System by restoring, creating, or enhancing hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, riding, multi-use and water trails; engage young people through the Student Conservation Association in positive conservation-based service learning work restoring National Park trails; and encourage community engagement in appropriate high quality trail recreational experiences and stewardship activities throughout the park system.

The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health -- Diet Coke has made contributions to the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health in support of The Heart Truth® campaign and women’s heart health education and research. The Heart Truth® is a national campaign sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute which raises awareness that heart disease is the #1 killer of American women and empowers women to make the changes that will reduce their heart disease risk. Significant progress has been made – awareness of heart disease among women has nearly doubled in the last 12 years – however many women still fail to make the connection between risk factors and their personal risk for developing heart disease.
® The Heart Truth is a trademark of HHS.

Rails to Trails Conservancy (RTC) - This grant will enable Rails to Trails Conservancy (RTC) to support several local trail organizations in their efforts to provide easy access to trails for more than 1.9 million people in the communities they serve. RTC will provide expertise and funding through pass-through grants to several trail organizations, specifically: five $5,000 ($25,000) community grants each year will support the operations of trail organizations in Washington, DC; Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, and New Orleans; three $25,000 ($75,000) project grants each year will support specific rail-to-trail development, expansion and enhancement projects in Washington, DC (including the Metropolitan Branch Trail), Chicago and New York City. Additionally, $50,000 each year will support RTC's technical assistance with trail building communities and support of their Mapping Initiative and Guidebook Series, which will provide the public with accessible mapping and guide information to the nation's trail systems.

Exercise is MedicineTM is an initiative focused on encouraging primary care physicians and other health care providers to include exercise when designing treatment plans for patients. Exercise is Medicine is committed to the belief that exercise and physical activity are integral to the prevention and treatment of diseases and should be regularly assessed as part of all medical care.