House Bill 5022 seeks to give all public school students breakfast and lunch each school day at no cost to families!
Wholespire Richland County is one of four coalitions chosen for the new Healthy People, Healthy Carolina cohort.
Learn how Tamassee-Salem Elementary used a HEAL Mini-Grant to integrate physical activity into the daily lives of students.
New Data Reveals Decline in Health of South Carolina’s Children During COVID-19 Pandemic, Disproportionate Effects Noted on Minority Populations
A new SC FitnessGram data report reveals a steady decline in student health throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five communities are taking part in the esteemed national Walkability Action Institute and departing with fresh insights into the world of mobility.
A Wholespire HEAL Mini-grant helps a Camden community gain credibility and a new basketball court.
Beaufort County group is experiencing “tremendous” growth with a Wholepire HEAL Mini-grant.
Now that the legislative session is over, we have reason to celebrate wins addressing healthy eating and active living for all South Carolinians.
Professional development opportunities are coming your way! See what we have in store for you!
Are you interested in hosting a Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) team to increase access to healthy choices in your community?
Make your community healthier with a HEAL Mini-Grant! We’ve increased the maximum request and added new information to our website.
The State Senate placed a proviso in their budget that would allow public school students access to free school meals. Proviso 1.68 would require schools to provide free meals to all students who are eligible under the Community Eligibility Program; this would have a...