LiveWell Celebrates 87 Community Champions at the Wellies

At the first annual Wellies: LiveWell Greenville’s Annual Recognition Event, 87 organizations were recognized for their contributions in creating a culture of health throughout Greenville County. LiveWell Greenville was thrilled to welcome almost 300 participants to the Wellies on Oct. 4 at the Bon Secours Welness Arena. … Read more

HUB City Market’s Food Assessment Grant Awarded

The Spartanburg County Food System Assessment and Plan has been funded by the USDA to investigate the needs of the Upstate Food System. LiveWell Greenville is proud to one of many partners across the Upstate, including Spartanburg, Greenville and Anderson Counties, diving into the needs of our community as it relates to the building of a robust food system.… Read more

Building a Wellness Program that Works | Goal Setting Forum

LiveWell Greenville’s Healthy Workplace Initiative invites you to “Building a Wellness Program that Works” | Goal Setting Forum” on Wednesday, June 27th 2018, 11:45am – 1pm. Please Join LiveWell Greenville as we Host the First LiveWell At Work Forum of 2018!… Read more

Growing the LiveWell Team!

Meet the newest member of the LiveWell Greenville team: Matina! Matina recently moved to Greenville from West Virginia, where she worked at Alleghany Highlands Community Service Board as their Healthy Youth Coalition Prevention Coordinator.  She has joined LiveWell Greenville as our new Partnership Coordinator, handling all things related to our Out of School Time, Early Childhood, and At Work workgroups.… Read more

At Worship’s Quarterly Workshop

On Saturday May 5th, LiveWell Greenville’s At Worship work group offered its Quarterly Workshop, welcome to all faith communities at the University Center.  This workshop was well attended by various members of faith communities around Greenville, SC. Information on Shared Use Agreements, an aspect that plays an important role at LiveWell Greenville, was presented by Laura Long from SC DHEC.… Read more

Park Hop Begins May 19!

  Park Hop 2018 begins on May 19th! That’s just 9 days away. Park Hop is a great way to get outdoors and get active with your children.  So why not breathe in fresh air, scavenge around local parks for clues, and have fun with the whole family? … Read more

Staying Healthy in May

  The start of May brings many things, including the end of the school year and the beginning of Park Hop!  The warmer weather and added free time are great incentives to get outside and get active.  Find out how to keep your kids outdoors all summer-long with Park Hop!… Read more

Disability Education Lunches in GVL

  There are two upcoming lunches hosted by organizations in Greenville to educate our community about disabilities. Coalition Partner, Greenville CAN, is hosting a Lunch & Learn series event on March 10th. Pack a lunch and join us at the Center for Developmental Services on May 10 from 12 – 1 to learn more about services available for individuals with disabilities in Greenville County and to network with others who want to make Greenville a better place to live for individuals with disabilities.… Read more

Upcoming Food Policy Listening Session

Learn more about health and nutrition at the last Greenville County Food Policy Council Listening Session this spring.  Anyone is welcome: eaters, advocates, processors, growers, aggregators, distributors, and restaurants. The council will talk about about what parts of our food system work, what parts do not, and what we might do to fill the gaps.… Read more

Out of School Time Success Stories

Our Out of School Time Workgroup Sites have seen success with the implementation of health and wellness programs. With the help of LiveWell Greenville, these sites are making “the healthy choice the easy choice” in our city of Greenville, SC! Resurrected Treasure Ministries, Inc provided food during their spring break to help fight obesity.… Read more