Mini-Grant Success Stories
Learn how Tamassee-Salem Elementary used a HEAL Mini-Grant to integrate physical activity into the daily lives of students.
Greenwood County is home to one of our nation’s most influential civil rights leaders -- Benjamin Mays, one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s mentors. If you look deep into the historical records of this rural county, you will find other interesting facts that have shaped...
An old, unsafe tennis court on the school campus has been repaved and turned into a free-play zone.
Driving 30-45 minutes to buy groceries is a burden for Society Hill residents. CareSouth and community volunteers are changing that with a HEAL Mini-Grant.
Residents in Clinton and its surrounding areas have limited opportunities to get nutritious food. Local leaders are changing that with the help of a HEAL Mini-Grant.
With a HEAL Mini-Grant, the addition of bicycle racks will complement the connectivity of West Columbia’s parks, trails, and bike lanes and provide cyclists with a safe way to temporarily store their bikes.
From school playgrounds to community gardens, Wholespire awards mini-grants to 13 communities across the state
Wholespire experienced a 111% increase in mini-grant applications. Find out who’s getting a HEAL Mini-Grant.
Wholespire Richland County uses HEAL Mini-Grant to improve the use of The Wateree Passage of the Palmetto Trail in Eastover.
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.
New equipment and a nature trail revival will inspire wellness in this community.
USC Lancaster partners with Wholespire Lancaster to address open use, active community environments, and health equity.
Connections, word of mouth, and in-house skills make a community basketball court become a reality.