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…
LiveWell Greenville continues to evolve by taking actions that elevate our strategic focus to advance community collaboration, advocate for health equity, and amplify community power. As we celebrate another year, and our tenth anniversary, we reflect on all the collective work that our coalition has accomplished.
In 2019, Greenville County received Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)'s Culture of Health Prize. Stacey Mills, Pastor of Mountain View Baptist Church, a congregation participating in LiveWell At Worship, was in attendance during the award ceremony in Princeton, NJ. He has been asked to announce the winners for the 2020-2021 Culture of Health Prize! Join us as we show our support for him and watch him announce the new prize winners!
Health is more than access to healthcare. A Healthy community has the links among education, housing, transportation, and workforce development. Over 200 public, private partnership representing all sectors of our community are working collectively to build a community culture that supports policies, systems and environments designed to give all residents opportunities to live healthy and productive lives. Regardless of zip code.
Celebrate making Greenville County one of the healthiest communities to live, learn, work, play and pray. Register today to attend The Wellies: LiveWell's Second Annual Recognition Event on Thursday, September 19 from 10:30am- 12:30pm at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. This year, we invite the entire coalition and the public to recognize LiveWell Coalition Partners making the healthy choice the easy choice.
Take the #summerswap challenge and fuel your physical activity with healthy eating. Simply swap screen time with Park Hop, a FREE summer long scavenger hunt encouraging park exploration. Swap a traditional popsicle for a fresh fruit popsicle for a healthier summer treat made with all-natural ingredients.
What do Food and Nutrition Policy and Nutrition look like at work? Attend this forum on Thursday, June 20th from 10:30am-12:30pm to learn, implement and improve workplace Environments and Policies through low to no cost initiatives. Attendees will learn from experts in the field about various resources and tools for making policy and environmental changes that support healthy eating in the workplace.
Keep your family active this summer and explore the Greenville area through the Park Hop program. Park Hop is a free, summer-long scavenger hunt at parks and recreation venues throughout Greater Greenville County. Park Hop begins May 18th, now START HOPPING!
Each year, this highly competitive award is given to communities across the USA that demonstrate a culture of health by defining health in the broadest possible terms. Selected from nearly 200 applicant communities, Greenville County is one of 12 finalists from across the country.
Physical activity during the workday can be a reality!Register today for a networking on March 21st at 11am, the LiveWell At Work workgroup is excited to present a forum focused on the Physical Activity dimension of Working Well’s Strategy for Wellbeing Web Platform. Participants can expect to learn how they can efficiently build physical activity into their organization’s workday and achieve their wellness goals!