How does inequity show up in our food systems? We explore this topic through the lens of the Five Domains of Wellbeing.
In 2022, FFI was thrilled to bring together more than 100 leaders who are turning a fair shot at wellbeing into a reality at the inaugural Wellbeing Summit. Our charge? To learn from one another and design solutions for tackling some of our country’s largest challenges, together.
Join leaders who are advancing new narratives about violence for a conversation on how the stories we tell can lead to accountability, healing and prevention. People with lived expertise will lead a discussion with experts in public safety reporting about shifting power from media and institutions to survivors and impacted communities.
Learn how Seattle-King County is shifting the paradigm of the homeless response system by adopting a wellbeing approach.
Infrastructure investments aren’t neutral. Imagine a future where people’s wellbeing is the starting place for how decisions are made about what, where, when and even whether we build. Our new tool is a step towards that future.
Wellbeing is the set of needs and experiences essential, in combination and balance, to weather challenges and have health and hope. Learn more in this video introduction.
Discover the definitions and key aspects for each of the Five Domains of Wellbeing: social connectedness, safety, stability, mastery and meaningful access to relevant resources.
The Wellbeing Blueprint is our roadmap for building a country where everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing. It lays out our shared path forward with policy and decision-making recommendations grounded in six guiding principles.
The U.S. should be a country where everyone has a fair shot at opportunity, and to thrive. But let's be real: that's not the case. Watch this video to learn more.
How can we ensure that everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing? Utilize our wellbeing design principles to help you evaluate.
Our brains are hard-wired to make assumptions all the time. Watch this short video that explains how these assumptions can undermine wellbeing.
To increase access for wellbeing for both people served by the emergency response system and those who work within it, it’s critical that we reimagine 911. The Transform911 Blueprint for Change is the starting point for doing just that.