In 2021, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Thrive Global, and Creative Artists Agency came together, with support from Johnson & Johnson Foundation and The Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation, to launch a national campaign, ALL IN: WellBeing First for Healthcare, with a vision that every health worker should feel valued, protected, and empowered to seek the care they need. ALL IN was founded on the principle that our nation’s health is not only the responsibility of healthcare systems; healthcare impacts each one of us, whether we are part of the private sector, education, government, or philanthropy. Today the ALL IN network represents millions of healthcare workers; yet much work remains to re-build our nation’s healthcare workforce.

We are establishing the ALL IN: Funders Circle to expand collaborative cross-sector support for programs and resources to advance systems-level, evidence-based solutions. Together, we will improve health worker mental health and well-being nationwide—including among organizations serving rural and traditionally underserved communities, which are too small or remote to access larger government grants to implement or scale well-being programs.