We believe that all kids deserve the chance to live well.
Children spend more than half of their waking hours on a school campus, and they consume up to 50 percent of their calories there. That’s why LiveWell seeks to ensure that all Colorado kids get great tasting, nutritious meals and the physical activity they need to thrive in and out of school.
LiveWell's School Food Initiative
LiveWell’s School Food Initiative partners with food service directors and their staff to serve up freshly prepared meals that taste good and are good for students too. We do this by providing workshops and training, on-site chef support, strategic and culinary action planning, and operations and marketing technical assistance. It’s our mission to make sure every child in Colorado eats well, lives well, and stays well. We invite you to join the movement to put fresh ingredients and fun cooking back on the line!Read More
Other Efforts in Schools
Colorado Safe Routes to School
The SRTS State Network is a network of individuals, agencies and organizations throughout the state that are working to maximize and promote opportunities for children to safely walk and bike to and from school.Read more
Physical Activity in Schools
Did you know? Colorado is one of only four states with no PE requirement. And our kids rank a mediocre 24th in the nation for their level of physical activity. Learn more about LiveWell’s policy work and our advocacy campaign for kids’ physical activity: No More 24.Learn more
Farm to School
LiveWell Colorado is a statewide lead for the National Farm to School Network in Colorado. Farm to school programs work to connect school communities – including students, staff, and parents – to healthy local food by increasing the availability of locally-grown produce and enhancing food and nutrition education in schools.Read More