Wellbeing is the set of needs and experiences universally required in combination and balance to weather challenges and have health and hope.
But because racism, sexism, homophobia and additional inequities are baked into our systems and our country, it has created fast tracks to wellbeing for some and dramatically reduced access for others.
Seeing the world in a fuller frame means challenging the assumptions and harmful narratives that uphold the status quo. Learn how to apply a wellbeing approach to your work, issue area or system.
None of us can shift mindsets and systems alone. Together, we and our partners bring deep knowledge, expertise and commitment to building a country where everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing.
Our work is centered on building movements, not programs or new services that paper over root causes. It takes all of us to transform systems in order to give everyone a fair shot. Join us.
Full frame is a term from documentary filmmaking: to truly show a character, the filmmaker must pull the lens all the way back from the individual and fill the frame with the environment, the relationships, the events and the interactions that define and are defined by the character.”