Become a HEAL Board Member! LiveWell Greenville is delighted to announce the launch of the HEAL Board! This program centers on the voices and leadership of residents most impacted by…
A strategic partnership between three non-profit organizations and two universities has received a grant award of $1.5 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Office of Minority Health (OMH). The collaboration, named the Equity in Public Health Initiative (EPHI), aims to improve the health of Black and Hispanic individuals living in Greenville County by addressing policies and practices that contribute to structural racism and perpetuate health inequities.
On October 14, The Growing Local SC Food Summit was the inaugural meeting for organizations, individuals, farmers, and businesses working in the local food system to gather, connect, learn, and collaborate on building a collaborative network.
Food insecurity was experiential for Alfred Johnson long before he became the pastor of a church plant in Greenville. Rev. Alfred Johnson is the Pastor of Church Without Walls and…
Greenville County Food Equity Action Board (FEAB), made up of 14 residents from neighborhoods across Greenville County, met for nine two-hour sessions between November 2021 and March 2022 to connect, learn, and develop these policy recommendations.
Help us spread the word about where families can find free meals and food in their neighborhoods through the Greenville County Community Food Resource Guide.
On Sat. April 9, 2022, a dream officially became reality as the Feed & Seed Food Innovation Hub opened in the Judson Mill. As a longtime partner of LiveWell Greenville…
Register for our annual spring conference for Early Childcare providers on April 30 from 8:30 am-2:30 pm and earn up to 4.5 credit hours!
We rebranded our look and messaging to better fit our work.
LiveWell Greenville is thrilled to welcome Yarelia Fuentes to the LiveWell Team as the Pediatric Food and Housing Security Navigator. This is a joint position with Prisma Health aimed at helping families of pediatric patients connect with local services and supports that address food and housing insecurity.