Since 2006, Nemours, an integrated pediatric health system, has worked to address childhood (ages 2–17) overweight and obesity in Delaware with multisector partners including: the Governor’s Office; Cabinet secretaries and other government officials; pediatric providers; child care centers; schools; principals and superintendents; and other community-based organizations. Activities include systems-level and practice interventions, such as working with state-level partners to promote healthy eating and physical activity through child care licensing, as well as creating a learning collaborative to facilitate policy and practice change. Preliminary results show a flattening of the overweight and obesity curve for Delaware children between 2006 and 2008. This successful initiative is funded by a number of sources including: Nemours Health and Preventive Services; the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; U.S. Department of Education; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; General Mills Foundation; and American Heart Association. To read more about this innovative program, see this brief summary [link].