Thousands of SNAP recipients will get extra help purchasing fresh fruits and vegetables at their farmer’s market.
The second year of our two-year Legislative Session came to an end with a big bang! A bill signed into law will prevent schools from using debt collectors. Read more legislative news.
We caught up with Pickens County resident and one of the first HYPE adult advisors in the state Cathy Breazeale for the 10th anniversary to learn about her experiences with The HYPE Project.
There’s a cool feature at the Marion Hike and Bike Trail created by the library at the onset of COVID-19. They applied for a HEAL mini-grant to make Storyscape weather-resistant and last longer. Learn about their Storyscape project.
The Diabetes Action Council of South Carolina awarded five coalitions a Preventing Diabetes with Confidence Mini-Grant. Find out who they are and what they will be doing!
There’s a new food system network with a USDA grant to create community-based solutions for a resilient food system for South Carolina.
Teens are becoming influencers of healthy change in their churches, thanks to their garden projects.
Two coalitions in Kershaw County aligned to focus more on increasing access to healthy choices.
We’ve got a big year ahead of us and, when powered by the generosity of those in our friends and neighbors, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish!
New equipment and a nature trail revival will inspire wellness in this community.
Is your coalition ready to become a Wholespire chapter?
When teens lead the policy charge, encouraging adult leaders to adopt health-related policies can be simple.