More than 100 partners have collaborated on a resource webpage and nearly 6,000 people from across the country have visited it.
Webinars will replace the annual conference this year with the help of partner input.
The HYPE Team worked with leadership to adopt policies and get healthy.
Shady Grove Baptist Church is changing the food landscape for members, visitors, and the community.
Round 4 of the Let’sGo! 3.0 Mini-Grants will impact thousands.
You may not realize it, but the US Census actually has a direct impact on how federal programs receive funding.
Youth will engage with local leaders to implement strategic work.
New board leaders bring experience, passion, and innovation to obesity prevention efforts.
Stanley joins other leaders selected from across the Midlands and surrounding area to participate in the Riley Institute at Furman’s 13th class of Diversity Leaders Initiative.
National and international attendees of the National Youth At Risk Conference will have an opportunity to learn about The HYPE Project.
Communities, schools, municipalities, and non-profits are encouraged to apply for funding for healthy eating and active living projects. The application deadline is January 15.
It is a common view that more money is the answer to addressing community health, but just how big of an investment is necessary to make a difference?