The 13 selected members of the Health Equity Action Leadership Board make up a diverse, multi-cultural, and multi-lingual group that will be meeting for the first time at Greenville Multicultural Church this evening. Meetings will continue 1-2 times a month thru May 2023 to develop policy recommendations to increase health equity in the White Horse Road Area.
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…
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.
LiveWell Greenville and Greenville County team up to fight hunger by distributing 1.2 Million funds in food, infrastructure and more!
Employees and congregants are able to make the healthy choice the easy choice where they work and pray. 24 worksites and 8 places of worship were recognized for adopting healthy eating and active living policies, systems and environments. Close to 300 attendees enjoyed the Second Annual Wellies at Bons Secours St. Francis Wellness Arena on Thursday, September 19.
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.
Register today and join your fellow 200 coalition members and learn about our collective progress on making Greenville one of the healthiest counties in our country. On Friday, April 5th, we will provide updates from the 2018 Annual Meeting and share our goals for 2019. Similar to last year's meeting, we will provide break out sessions for attendees to learn more about specific initiatives