Youth advocates hold the key to creating healthier church environments and population health improvements.
Passing and Promoting an Open Community Use Agreement at USC Lancaster
USC Lancaster partners with Wholespire Lancaster to address open use, active community environments, and health equity.
Community Leader Spotlight: Irini McCarthy, Wholespire Lancaster County
The Lancaster County chapter co-chair leaves a legacy of community health improvement successes.
Spartanburg community pitches in on GoForth Recovery’s Mini-Grant Project
Connections, word of mouth, and in-house skills make a community basketball court become a reality.
Long-time school health advocate ends 40-year career
Beth Barry reflects on her long and unintentional career in school health.
Wholespire awards ten mini-grants to communities in South Carolina
Non-profit organizations, schools, faith-based organizations, community coalitions, and local government are getting a HEAL mini-grant. Find out who they are and what they’re going to do.
The meaning behind the Wholespire brand
There’s a complete ideology behind the Wholespire name and logo. And, we’re going to explain it to you!
HYPE team working to become Champions of Change
From pedestrian signs and flashing school lights to abandoned parks and community gardens, Laurens County youth are making changes to their community for the better.
New HEAL funding opportunity available to SC communities
Communities can apply for a HEAL mini-grant of up to $5,000 to increase access to healthy choices. Applications are due by July 21.