Current and Recent Funding

Our Voice is 100% supported through grants and donations, including:

·       A grant from the National Institutes of Health to test how citizen science activities can augment physical activity interventions in under-resourced communities

·       Robert Wood Johnson Foundation support for the development of a global network to design a rigorous research and implementation road map

·       Silicon Valley Community Foundation funding to engage local residents in solution-building around affordable housing and transit-oriented development

Support Our Work

A gift to the Our Voice Initiative will support community engagement in improving health equity across the US and around the world.

If you’re interested in learning more or supporting our work, please contact Ann Banchoff at


Donation by Mail

Enclose a letter stating: "The donation is a gift to be used for the Our Voice Initiative"

Address the letter to:  Stanford Prevention Research Center - Our Voice Initiative

                                              c/o Development Services

                                              P.O. Box 20466

                                              Stanford, CA 94309

Our Voice Impact

"This experience has changed my life.  I see inadequacies everywhere I go as it relates to pedestrian access and safety.  I even stop [at] construction sites to remind them to be considerate of the handicapped in our community.  Thank you all so much for this awareness and empowerment to require change."

~ Pam Jiner, GirlTrek Advocacy Leader, Denver CO