Eat Smart Move More Charleston Tri-County
AME HYPE teams made adjustments during the pandemic to continue their healthy eating and active living projects.
Are you interested in learning more about how to incorporate racial equity into HEAL community work? We have resources for you to use.
We are committed to being a part of the work of ending racism and violence against black people in South Carolina.
Youth will engage with local leaders to implement strategic work.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced the projects selected to receive the USDA’s annual farm to school grants designed to increase the amount of local foods served in schools. Sixty-five projects were chosen nationwide, and two are in South Carolina – Spartanburg County School District Six and Dorchester District Two.
Allendale and Dorchester County students win first HYPE Project contest.
Areas in Florence, Dorchester, Marion and Richland counties could see healthy change happen by groups of youth taking an interest in improving their environments and increasing access to healthy food options and physical activity.
School gardens, healthy fundraisers, and active student walking/sports clubs are just a few of the accomplishments of every single Dorchester Two school.
Piggly Wiggly has strong senior level support for employee wellness and is already making great progress towards creating a culture of wellness.
School farms are taking root across the Lowcountry, including at Ashley Ridge High, where the harvest is served at lunch.