A Wholespire HEAL Mini-grant helps a Camden community gain credibility and a new basketball court.
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Beaufort County group is experiencing “tremendous” growth with a Wholepire HEAL Mini-grant.
Let’s get to know the newest member of the Wholespire staff.
Now that the legislative session is over, we have reason to celebrate wins addressing healthy eating and active living for all South Carolinians.
Staff endures extensive training in RBA to improve the impact Wholespire has on its community.
Click here and take action now! There’s a bill in the South Carolina Senate that, if passed, would give all SC public school students free meals every day. Sponsored by Senator Katrina Shealy (R-District 23), Senator Stephen Goldfinch (R-District 34), Senator Mia...
Wholespire created assessments to establish baseline data and monitor its progress toward integrating DEI and race equity in the workplace. Learn more about our approach.
Many organizations aren’t sure how or where to start implementing race equity in workplace strategies. Guest blogger Trimease K. Carter explains the steps Wholespire took to get started on advancing racial equity.
Is your school district or school eligible for the Community Eligibility Program? Wholespire Policy and Advocacy Consultant Phil Ford explain the program.
We have a new blog series focused on our strategic intention of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and race equity. Learn why and how we are digging deeper to make race equity in the workplace a priority.
It’s safe to say that most of us would like to see some sort of change in our communities and the world at large, but maybe most of us don’t know how to make that change happen. Learn the best ways you can give back!
Many people have asked us why we award small grants and not large buckets of money. Find the why here and the successes we’ve noticed.