What a Year!   


Pinnacle Prevention had a wonderful 2017, and we're ready for and even better 2018. This past year we gained a team member, challenged Arizona's hunger rates, uplifted local farming efforts, inspired people to go outside and play, and so much more. Thank you for your support in 2017, and we hope this is your happiest, healthiest year yet! 


You can help us grow and reach even more Arizonans in the new year by donating here
Introducing SB1245: 
Arizona-Grown SNAP Fruit and Vegetable Incentive Bill


We are excited to announce that the SNAP fruit and vegetable incentive bill (SB1245) was officially introduced last week in the state Senate by Senator Kate Brophy McGee. The bill calls for an appropriation from the general fund to enhance the buying power of SNAP participants through the Double Up Food Bucks Arizona program to buy Arizona-grown fruits and vegetables at farmers markets, farm stands, mobile markets, community supported agriculture (CSA) and grocery stores.

This is an exciting opportunity for Arizona farmers and families! Here's how you can stay updated and get involved: 
Boost your self-love in 2018  


Everyone's lifestyle can benefit from self-love and care. Doing what makes you happy and having a positive image of yourself is essential. Dedicate your 2018 to loving yourself. Want to make a change but don't know where to start? Check out our top 6 inspiring resources to boost your self-love this year.

Buying Locally-Sourced Food: Benefits close to home


Eating right is an essential part of an active and healthy lifestyle. There are many options when it comes to buying food, but buying locally can be more beneficial than you may think! Purchasing and eating locally sourced food enhances the economy, and ultimately benefits your community. 

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Arizona's Park and Trails: Fostering places to stay happy, healthy and active  


A hike or trip to the park with family or friends is a great way to stay active and healthy. Arizona is known for its outdoor activities, but unfortunately not everyone has an equal opportunity to experience them. Some places in our state have a shortage of parks, trails, and public spaces. Investing in these types of areas can have major benefits.

IN THE NEWS:
Kids in the Kitchen: Involving them in culinary actives teaches a lot


Via LivingWell Arizona Republic, by Debra Gelbart

As the holiday cooking season continues, your children's winter break is a great time to involve them in the kitchen, too. 

"Kids of all ages can start learning more about where their food comes from," said Adrienne Udarbe. RDN and executive director of Pinnacle Prevention. This can include trips to farms and farmers markets, or growing your own garden at home.

The Female Face of Farming 



Empowering and investing in rural women has been shown to significantly increase productivity, reduce hunger and malnutrition and improve rural livelihoods. And not only for women, but for everyone. Let's take a closer look at the story of women and agriculture. 

Five-Year Bicycle Program - Shifting Gears


The City of Phoenix wants your input for their five-year bicycle plan! Share your thoughts and help shape a happier, healthier city for everyone.

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