Eight AME churches were selected through a competitive application and review process to receive mini-grants and form church-based HYPE teams. Find out who they are!
The three new board members bring specific expertise and add to the diverse make-up of the board, a focus area that ESMMSC has been addressing more intentionally.
In 2020, ESMMSC pivoted to remote work and continued to have an impact on communities across South Carolina.
Why the next USDA Secretary should be Rep. Marcia Fudge of Ohio, one who will stand with us in the fight against hunger in our country.
York County rehab center trail becomes a tool for patients in recovery and for workplace wellness.
More than 280 resources can be found on the new webpage from capacity building and assessments to implementation and evaluation.
If we see something, such as a biased policy or someone making a racist comment, we need to say something.
AME HYPE teams made adjustments during the pandemic to continue their healthy eating and active living projects.
Food insecurity in Lancaster County will become less of an issue for many residents.