Beth Barry reflects on her long and unintentional career in school health.
Non-profit organizations, schools, faith-based organizations, community coalitions, and local government are getting a HEAL mini-grant. Find out who they are and what they’re going to do.
There’s a complete ideology behind the Wholespire name and logo. And, we’re going to explain it to you!
From pedestrian signs and flashing school lights to abandoned parks and community gardens, Laurens County youth are making changes to their community for the better.
Communities can apply for a HEAL mini-grant of up to $5,000 to increase access to healthy choices. Applications are due by July 21.
Wholespire Richland County teamed up with Koinonia of Columbia, SCDHEC, and other community partners to build garden beds for the Eau Claire Community.
This last legislative session has been one for the books. From dealing with COVID-19 recovery to very polarizing social issues, the South Carolina General Assembly and Wholespire have been very active.
The Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities + Youth Edition provided firsts for many. Find out how Wholespire pulled it off and what participants said about the virtual event.
The Prevention Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released new information addressing park equity for African Americans, Latinos, and low-income urban communities.