KCFFI Timeline (2008

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•How do we talk about food & fitness? •Determine neighborhood information collection venues (businesses, health clinics, schools, etc.) •Determine key organizations, both secular and faith-based •Determine most effective, current, methods of communication (media, social networks, schools)

•Consult with STEPS, Public Health, other collaborations,etc. regarding communication strategies and models for other, similar scale, projects to determine best practices

● Create opportunities for dialogue about diversity ● Identify ways to engage diverse community members from the focus communities ● Arrange meetings, events, and celebrations in the community, to accommodate needs for childcare, meeting times, and language translation as needed ●Ask communities what they need to improve their food and fitness environments ●Determine which types of assessments are available and which can be done in the selected communities given current resources ●Determine who will do the assessments and when ● Prioritize assessments ● Conduct assessments

●Define the questions we want to ask through the assessments about improving access to local, healthy, affordable, sustainable foods ●Define the questions we want to ask through the assessments about improving access for physical activity ●Determine what types of assessments are available and which can be done given current resources ●Determine who will do the assessments and when they will be completed ●Prioritize assessments ●Conduct assessments •Refine and prioritize criteria for selecting change actions. Proposed criteria: reducing disparities, cultural competence, improving social and built environments and health, cost-effectiveness in promoting healthy eating and active living, community acceptability, feasibility of implementation, potential for improving the local food system and built environment and tie with regional efforts/policy, sustainability, and other measures of best practice.

KCFFI Timeline (2008-9)
SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR
•Prioritizing action planning priorities

●Writing Implementation Grant

•End of Planning Grant

KCFFI Leadership Council Timeline
(What’s Scheduled/Happened Jan-Aug 2008)
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG

● Introduction Activities/ Workplan overview • Interim Co-chair selection

● Focused group discussion with Public Health • Schedule next meetings •Meet focus community representatives/Youth Coordinator ●Overview Presentation on the Food System by Cascade Harvest Coalition •Overview of “laundry list” of potential action items for neighborhood level plan •Discuss Organizational Learning & Systems Thinking work day(s)

●Discuss next actions for community planning group ●Define KCFFI Structure current vs. ideal structure •Introduce new members representing Delridge and White Center ●Kellogg Foundation facilitated working session using Organizational Learning and Systems Thinking methods ●Presentation of draft action plan possibilities for focus communities to LC and identify coordinated regional planning options for food systems and built environment

●Community planning with UW, ranking options against criteria, reviewing assessment information; planning for WKKF site visit •Refine and prioritize criteria for selecting change actions. Proposed criteria: reducing disparities, cultural competence, improving social and built environments and health, cost-effectiveness in promoting healthy eating and active living, community acceptability, feasibility of implementation, potential for improving the local food system and built environment and tie with regional efforts/policy, sustainability, and other measures of best practice.

KCFFI Leadership Council Timeline
(What’s Scheduled Sep 2008-Mar 2009)
SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR
●Collaborative Partner retreat; Recommend options for CAP within larger CPs and FC planning groups; Prioritizing interventions and addressing gaps; final review of assessment outcomes; hosting WKKF for site visit?

● Prioritization of Action planning options; Initial delegation of grant writing ●Grant writing begins, finalizing what will be included in CAP ●Grant writing continues, finalizing what will be included in CAP ●Finalize grant ●Celebration and coordinating wrap-up of the planning grant ●Planning grant wrap-up; writing final report

•Implementation Phase begins!

Assessment Timeline
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG

•UW, PH, and Group Health Community Foundation Assessment and Evaluation Team draft indicators on quantitative; Qualitative measures derived from community needs.

•. Consult with STEPS, Public Health, other collaborations and past work in the region and the focus communities, etc. regarding communication strategies and models for other, similar scale, projects to determine best practices • Community meetings engage citizens •Youth voice is heard;youth are empowered by their ability to assess food systems and built environment

●Ask communities what they need to improve their food and fitness environments ●Determine which types of assessments are available and which can be done in the selected communities given current resources ●Determine who will do the assessments and when ● Prioritize assessments ● Conduct assessments

●Define the questions we want to ask through the assessments about improving access to local, healthy, affordable, sustainable foods ●Define the questions we want to ask through the assessments about improving access for physical activity ●Determine what types of assessments are available and which can be done given current resources ●Determine who will do the assessments and when they will be completed ●Prioritize assessments ●Conduct assessments

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