Business Partners to CONVINCE Joins Partnerships With Health Action Alliance (HAA)

New York, N.Y., May 13, 2021—Business Partners to CONVINCE, a global, multi-sector effort to empower a ‘vaccine-literate’ public, has formally partnered with the Health Action Alliance (HAA). The HAA is a U.S.-based coalition of leading business, communications, and public health organizations that aims to help the business community improve the health of employees, customers and communities by:

  • Promoting COVID-19 prevention and encouraging vaccination
  • Advancing health equity by addressing the needs of disproportionately affected communities, restoring trust in science and strengthening public health to be better prepared in the future

Founding partners include the Ad Council, Business Roundtable, the CDC Foundation, de Beaumont Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Meteorite.

Below, please find several HAA resources you may consider sharing with your members and partners, including:

Companies participating in the Health Action Alliance network include the Ad Council’s newest COVID-19 Vaccine Education Initiative funders—Amazon, Apple, BNY Mellon, Cisco, Citi, CVS Health, Unilever, ViacomCBS and Wells Fargo—as well as initial contributors Facebook, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, JPMorgan Chase, NBCUniversal/Comcast, the New York Life Foundation, Salesforce, Stanley Black & Decker, Synchrony, Target, Verizon, Walgreens and Walmart.

In order to support the broadest range of businesses with the most trusted expertise available, the Health Action Alliance is proud to partner with leading business associations and public health organizations including America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the American Heart Association, the American Medical Association, American Public Health Association (APHA), Business Partners to CONVINCE, COVID Collaborative, GBCHealth, the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the National Safety Council, PTTOW, Reimagine Mainstreet, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

To access these resources and learn more about how businesses can participate, visit healthaction.org.