One small change can make a big difference. Join the WeTHRIVE! movement to make the healthy choice the easy choice where you live, work and play. Please provide the information requested below. We will contact you about ways to get involved with WeTHRIVE! to make a difference in your community.
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Mt. Healthy Mayor, Joseph Roetting receives a WeTHRIVE! sign for Mt. Healthy's community garden from Kim Chelf, Health Educator. Read more.
Five years ago, Youthland Academy’s corporate office (located in Montgomery) decided to make a big change in the foods served to children in its child care centers. Read more
Nikita Hammons is the director of Youthland Academy-Forest Park. Read more
Rickedia Burnett and Brandy Bedford make sure the kids at their Forest Park day care center THRIVE! Read more
Jamond Foree keeps kids active after school. Read more
Kendall Norman's Zucchini Slaw won the WeTHRIVE! Healthy Cook-Off Competition in November 2011. Read more
Lawson Valley Day Care in Woodlawn was the first in Hamilton County to adopt the WeTHRIVE! Child Care Resolution.
Last year, CAIN (Churches Active in Northside) provided an estimated 30,000 pounds of fresh produce to families in need. Read more
Joe Martin, co-owner of Stuffie's Market, now offers fresh fruits and vegetables to a community that lacks a full-service grocery store. Read more
Jessica Johnson, RD, LD is making school lunch healthier for Sycamore Community Schools. Read more
Lisa Auciello led Northside's effort to become the first community in Hamilton County to pass the WeTHRIVE! Wellness Resolution. Read more
Mayor Merrie Stillpass (right) and Council Member Leslie McIntosh led Amberley Village to pass the WeTHRIVE! Wellness Resolution. Read more
Cyndi Chandler is a member of the WeTHRIVE! Leadership Team for Woodlawn, Lockland and Lincoln Heights. Read more
Esther Toran is co-chair of the Lincoln Heights WeTHRIVE! Community Consortia. Read more