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

LiveWell is Hiring!

LiveWell Greenville is seeking a Partnership Coordinator as part of a dynamic team working to change the landscape of Greenville County to make it easier to eat healthy and be physically active. The Partnership Coordinator will coordinate the building of strong relationships between and among key partners to facilitate the impact of: early childhood, out of school time and workplace sites.  … Read more

Community Health Summit

We are excited about GHS’ upcoming Community Health Summit. Join the Community In Unity for Health Equity addressing diabetes and mental health (depression, suicide, chronic stress and substance abuse among adults and adolescents). In addition, the focus on youth pursuing careers in health care and medicine is critical to address the projected workforce shortages in SC.… Read more

Success in Working Well!

LiveWell Greenville is proud to share the success of several Greenville, SC businesses who have received platinum status for several components of working well. Research demonstrates that employees performing at optimal health can have a major impact on an employer’s bottom line by contributing to lower healthcare costs, less absenteeism, higher productivity and improved morale.… Read more

Parents for Healthy Kids Funding Opportunity

Despite wanting to do what’s best for students’ health, many schools lack the necessary resources to implement health and wellness practices that help students eat better and stay physically active. School Grants for Healthy Kids can help your school achieve its goal to make every kid healthy, active and ready to learn.… Read more

Advocacy Alert

Please contact your elected official to communicate your support of physical education AND physical activity in school. Why? The goal of physical education is to develop physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of physical activity.… Read more

At Worship Task Force Meeting

The LiveWell Greenville At Worship Task Force, led by LiveWell Greenville Partnership Coordinator Margaret Stephens, met on Monday, March 19th. Not only was this meeting well attended by both community members and agencies, but the Task Force was joined by 5 new members!… Read more

TACTIC Webinar Featuring LWG Exec. Director, Sally Wills

  LiveWell Greenville is pleased to announce that our Executive Director, Sally Wills, is a speaker for the upcoming Collaborative Sustainability in Action and Practice Webinar, hosted by the CDC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity (DNPAO).  This webinar will provide invaluable information in regards to community organizations, public health, and more. … Read more