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.
The Kershaw County chapter chair is retiring after positively impacting the health of her community for 20 plus years.
ESMMSC’s core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion are a driving force behind the new strategic plan.
The two-part webinar series provided insight on how to deliver school-based youth programming during the pandemic.
Even during a pandemic, ESMMSC staff continue to provide technical assistance to coalitions and partners for the health and well-being of South Carolinians.
Like so many rural areas in South Carolina, the Town of Heath Springs in Lancaster County experiences the hardships of being in a food desert and not having easy access to healthy food.
Mutual Aid teamed up with Tienda Latina Pasabien to help the Latino community get food during the pandemic.