For the past ten years, we’ve been inspiring youth to complete civic action projects that increase access to healthy choices through The Healthy Young People Empowerment Project®!
Many people have asked us why we award small grants and not large buckets of money. Find the why here and the successes we’ve noticed.
Technical assistance can mean many things, depending on your field of work. We explain what it is and why it’s important.
HEAL is a lot bigger than promoting healthy personal choices. In fact, HEAL extends far beyond personal decision-making.
There’s a new food system network with a USDA grant to create community-based solutions for a resilient food system for South Carolina.
New members will expand the board’s expertise in creating healthier communities for all people.
Teens are becoming influencers of healthy change in their churches, thanks to their garden projects.
Two coalitions in Kershaw County aligned to focus more on increasing access to healthy choices.
Working to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into not only our organization but all facets of society is of the utmost importance.