Are you interested in hosting a Healthy Young People Empowerment (HYPE) team to increase access to healthy choices in your community?
At Wholespire, we know the importance of evaluating projects and initiatives to determine an impact or to make improvements to future endeavors. After 10 years of implementation and collecting feedback from adult and youth participants, The HYPE Project® underwent a...
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.
Teens are becoming influencers of healthy change in their churches, thanks to their garden projects.
When teens lead the policy charge, encouraging adult leaders to adopt health-related policies can be simple.
Youth advocates hold the key to creating healthier church environments and population health improvements.
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.
Eight AME churches were selected through a competitive application and review process to receive mini-grants and form church-based HYPE teams. Find out who they are!
AME HYPE teams made adjustments during the pandemic to continue their healthy eating and active living projects.
The Lexington County HYPE Team used their influence to encourage students to eat breakfast at school.