Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make a monetary donation?
Visit the Healthy Habits For All Toolkit to learn about making a donation. All donations will support Healthy Habits For All’s nonprofit partner, No Kid Hungry. No Kid Hungry is a 501(c)(3) that makes sure kids have access to the nutrition they need to grow up healthy and strong. No Kid Hungry is ending childhood hunger through programs that provide nutritious, USDA-approved food like fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Where do I park?
- Salt Lake City
- There is no on-site parking. All participants must park at the nearby Park & Ride (see below for address). Complimentary bus transportation will be provided to/from Aquaterra, the home of Dr. Wayne Scott Andersen.
- San Diego
- Limited parking on-site; free street parking available
What should I bring with me?
Healthy Habits For All has worked with chartable partners to provide supplies for the activity at each flagship event. Once registered, you only need to bring yourself and a photo ID! If you wish to bring other items, we ask that you contact your local food bank/non-profit organization to donate them there instead.
Is there a cost for participating in a flagship event?
There is no cost to participate. Our goal is to work together to better the community and by donating your time to volunteer, we can accomplish that.
What time should I arrive?
Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the event to get checked in.
How do I incorporate Healthy Habits For All into an event I’m already planning for this week?
We are so excited you’re interested in aligning your event with Healthy Habits For All! September 9 through 15, 2019, is shaping up to be an impactful week, as we expect thousands of independent OPTAVIA Coaches and many corporate employees to join forces and volunteer, fundraise or donate. Visit the Healthy Habits For All Toolkit to learn about registering your event as an official Healthy Habits For All Week event!