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MASSAGE ENVY - ROCK HILL
Dawn Johnson State Farm Insurance
Dr. Harry Hicklin, III - Palmetto Cardiology
A big THANK YOU to our Companies with Heart sponsors, community partners and volunteers for your support of our 2022 Back2School Block Party ...
BUT ESPECIALLY TO ALL OF THE FAMILIES!
Companies, nonprofits, community organizations, churches and individuals donated more than $37,535.00 in book bags, school supplies and gift cards for this year's Back2School Block Party!
SNAPSHOT OF BACK2SCHOOL BLOCK PARTY 2022:
Book bags with school supplies to 3,000 local students through our event and 16 of our Parent Resource Guide bags to 1,000 adults
150 adults received free blood pressure checks from Palmetto Community Health with 4 being abnormal and needing follow-up with a doctor
83 adults received free pre-diabetes checks from North Central Family Medical Center with 13 being elevated and receiving a referral
104 students received free dental checks and 165 free dental kits through Colgate Bright Smiles Bright Futures and A Healthy Smile
60 students received free vision screenings from Tega Cay Lions Club
400 students received free mini-meal cards through Showmars
Families received free information and giveaways from 30 of our community partners at the event
Thanks to Healthy Blue South Carolina, Elevation Church, our Companies with Heart Champions, Community Partners and Individual Donors, we were able to distribute book bags with school supplies at our event and through these incredible organizations:
Affinity Health Center
Community Medicine Foundation
ESOL Welcome Center
Historic Paradise Foundation
H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Progress through Education)
Palmetto Community Health Care
Rock Hill Boxing Club
Rock Hill Boxing Club
Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation
Sanctuary of Life Outreach Center
The Body ~ A Church for Anybody
The Life House Women's Shelter
The Salvation Army
South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
York County Library
EVENT NUTRITIONAL STATEMENT:
The Heart2Heart Foundation is committed to creating a healthy environment for those who attend our programs and events. To reinforce this commitment, we have adopted the healthy meeting guidelines developed by the National Alliance for Nutrition and Activity (NANA). These guidelines include offering water and other no-calorie beverages, serving nutritious snacks, providing physical activity breaks for meetings lasting longer than one hour, considering sustainability whenever possible, minimizing sugary treats, and ensuring meetings are held in smoke-free facilities. Creating a culture of health at our meetings and events is an important way to help set a positive example in our community and state.
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