Developing a Funding Strategy for Your Coalition

Developing a Funding Strategy for Your Coalition

Funding is critical for any organization or coalition to move plans and ideas into action that affect positive change in their community. As essential as it is, finding funding can feel confusing, challenging, and overwhelming. During this webinar, we will explore common challenges that organizations and coalitions face in identifying and leveraging funding for collaborative health improvement efforts, as well as opportunities and tools to overcome those challenges. Participants will better understand how to create a funding strategy that is intentional and aligned with their partnerships and priorities.

New & Emerging Research on HEAL

New & Emerging Research on HEAL

New and Emerging Research on HEAL will give you the opportunity to hear from an expert in South Carolina on some of the research that he is a part of through the University of South Carolina School of Public Health. Some of the topics that will be covered today are Obesity and environmental justice, the development of a Childhood Obesogenic Environment Index and its application across South Carolina counties, as well as Pedestrian and Cyclist Crashes across SC. We hope that hearing about this research will help grow your understanding about environments that support healthy behaviors and how we might address them in our state.

Dr. Andy Kaczynski is a Co-Investigator with the USC Prevention Research Center and Director of the Built Environment and Community Health (BEACH) Laboratory. In the BEACH Lab, he and his students study how the communities in which we live, work, learn, pray, and play affect the health and well-being of residents of all ages. In addition, Dr. Kaczynski’s research adopts an environmental justice approach to examine whether different population segments or geographic areas have equal access to positive resources (e.g., parks) or protection from negative amenities (e.g., fast food restaurants). Overall, research in the BEACH Lab aims to develop tools, systems, and environmental and policy interventions that engage community members and other diverse stakeholders in building neighborhoods and communities that promote physical activity, healthy eating, and obesity and chronic disease prevention.

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Part 2: The PSE Approach for Creating Healthy Communities

Part 2: The PSE Approach for Creating Healthy Communities

Policy, systems and environment (PSE) change differs greatly from programs. PSE change is sustainable throughout time while programs are temporary. The two approaches can work hand-in-hand, but PSE change seeks to go beyond programming and into the systems that create the structures in which we live, learn, work, pray and play.

Listen to Wholespire and the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health experts about PSE change and learn about real-life examples across South Carolina. This webinar is for anyone working to increase access to healthy choices, especially healthy eating and active living.

Part 1: The PSE Approach for Creating Healthy Communities

Part 1: The PSE Approach for Creating Healthy Communities

Policy, systems and environment (PSE) change differs greatly from programs. PSE change is sustainable throughout time, while programs are temporary. The two approaches can work hand-in-hand, but PSE change seeks to go beyond programming and into the systems that create the structures in which we live, learn, work, pray and play. Join us and the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health experts as we discuss PSE change and provide real-life examples across South Carolina. This webinar is for anyone working to increase access to healthy choices, especially healthy eating and active living.