Wholespire created assessments to establish baseline data and monitor its progress toward integrating DEI and race equity in the workplace. Learn more about our approach.
An old, unsafe tennis court on the school campus has been repaved and turned into a free-play zone.
Driving 30-45 minutes to buy groceries is a burden for Society Hill residents. CareSouth and community volunteers are changing that with a HEAL Mini-Grant.
Residents in Clinton and its surrounding areas have limited opportunities to get nutritious food. Local leaders are changing that with the help of a HEAL Mini-Grant.
With a HEAL Mini-Grant, the addition of bicycle racks will complement the connectivity of West Columbia’s parks, trails, and bike lanes and provide cyclists with a safe way to temporarily store their bikes.
What makes a wellness program effective, and what are companies doing to respond to the events of the last few years?
From school playgrounds to community gardens, Wholespire awards mini-grants to 13 communities across the state
Wholespire experienced a 111% increase in mini-grant applications. Find out who’s getting a HEAL Mini-Grant.
Many organizations aren’t sure how or where to start implementing race equity in workplace strategies. Guest blogger Trimease K. Carter explains the steps Wholespire took to get started on advancing racial equity.
Is your school district or school eligible for the Community Eligibility Program? Wholespire Policy and Advocacy Consultant Phil Ford explains the program.