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Urge Nickelodeon to stop marketing junk food to kids

About 70% of food ads on Nickelodeon, the largest entertainment company for kids, are for unhealthy products. Please join health professionals, scientists, and others in pushing Nickelodeon to do better by kids. More >

Ask restaurants to improve their kids’ meals

A recent report evaluating the nutritional quality of children’s meals at the nation’s top chain restaurants found that 97% of kids’ meals are of poor nutritional value — too many calories, saturated fat, and sodium, and not enough fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. We need your help in encouraging restaurants to do better. Each month, we’ll focus on a different chain.  More >

Help make sure companies comply with children’s privacy law

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) has finally been updated to keep pace with technological changes in the digital era. The new safeguards ensure that parents remain in charge of what personal information can be collected from their kids when they are online. Please hold the children’s media and marketing industries accountable by helping to ensure that they comply with COPPA. More >

Get soda off restaurant kids’ menus

Drinking just one sugary drink each day increases a child’s odds of becoming obese by 60 percent. Yet many top chains, including Wendy’s, Burger King, and Chili’s, still promote sugary beverages as a part of their children’s menus. Will you help us change that? More >