Options for safe physical activity and safe places to play have increased in Kershaw County, thanks to a newly adopted open community use policy.
Wholespire Richland County uses HEAL Mini-Grant to improve the use of The Wateree Passage of the Palmetto Trail in Eastover.
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of South Carolinians? Do you know someone who does? We’re seeking nominations for our Board of Directors now through October 15!
Thousands of SNAP recipients will get extra help purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables at their farmer’s market.
We have a new blog series focused on our strategic intention of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and race equity. Learn why and how we are digging deeper to make race equity in the workplace a priority.
The second year of our two-year Legislative Session came to an end with a big bang! A bill signed into law will prevent schools from using debt collectors. Read more legislative news.
We caught up with Pickens County resident and one of the first HYPE adult advisors in the state Cathy Breazeale for the 10th anniversary to learn about her experiences with The HYPE Project.
There’s a cool feature at the Marion Hike and Bike Trail created by the library at the onset of COVID-19. They applied for a HEAL mini-grant to make Storyscape weather-resistant and last longer. Learn about their Storyscape project.
The Diabetes Action Council of South Carolina awarded five coalitions a Preventing Diabetes with Confidence Mini-Grant. Find out who they are and what they will be doing!