UPDATE: Phipps is now open for your visit. All tickets must be purchased in advance, and new safety protocols are required. Learn more about how you can join us!

NEW! Seed to Plate Speaker Series

Let’s Move Pittsburgh offers a Seed to Plate teacher training program that supports new or existing virtual or classroom style programs to improve children's health with the goal of helping every school in Allegheny County become the healthiest place for kids to learn and grow. 

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Leading Children to a Healthier Future

Let’s Move Pittsburgh, a healthy lifestyles program of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, brings together organizations, healthcare providers, educators, parents and caregivers in southwestern Pennsylvania to lead children toward a healthier future. Learn about some of Let's Move Pittsburgh's most prominent programming, including family-friendly events, professional symposia, digital media, grantmaking initiatives and more.

Learn about our new and upcoming public events, including our Family Fitness series of free yoga, barre and Zumba classes.

A new game from Let's Move Pittsburgh brings fitness and fun for the whole family! 

From food and fitness to happenings in our community, our blog is regularly updated with news, tips and more for your use.

5-2-1-0 is an initiative using simple, easy-to-remember concepts to reinforce important four key lifestyle choices for better health.

Each year, Let's Move Pittsburgh awards southwestern Pennsylvania schools with grant funding to support children's health projects. 

Our symposia and speaker series bring parents, teachers and other community members together to learn and network.

Our mobile app helps families make healthy choices at the grocery store by interpreting the nutritional content of foods and beverages.

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Keep Us Moving Forward: Give to Let's Move Pittsburgh

You can support the efforts of Let's Move Pittsburgh right now by donating directly through our website. Keep us moving forward!

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