Consumer health advocates continue to build networks of powerful, diverse consumer voices to ensure that all communities can increase their influence in local, state and national health policy decisions. We recognize that explicitly integrating health equity into systems of advocacy is a newer approach for many white-led health advocacy organizations who are seeking meaningful ways to conduct this work. This is also the case for Community Catalyst – a white-led national health advocacy organization with a commitment to health equity. Community Catalyst is on the journey to making sure this commitment becomes a reality in all aspects of our work. We value learning from those doing this work in states and communities around the country and sharing these learnings within our networks. This toolkit, featuring examples from health and health equity advocates, aims to support other white-led organizations looking to ensure their health advocacy agendas, coalition work, stakeholder engagement, communications and campaign strategies include, reflect and respond to the needs of people of color. This toolkit also aims to help white-led organizations align their work with existing health advocacy, organizing and community-building work already happening in communities of color in ways that are respectful and grounded in an understanding of power and racial justice principles. It includes strategies, steps and examples for white-led organizations looking to integrate health equity in building and maintaining systems of advocacy in their states.