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Empowering healthy habits and transforming environments where children live, learn and play is what we do – reaching over 500,000 children in over 1,300 schools, child care centers and out of school time (OST) sites in the past 5 years.
HealthMPowers is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to our mission: empowering healthy habits and transforming environments where children live, learn and play. By bringing nutrition education and physical activity into everyday life and learning, we help create a culture that supports healthy choices. Read on to see our mission in action.
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HealthMPowers Celebrates 20th Anniversary
(NORCROSS, GA)—HealthMPowers is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of its founding. To mark this milestone, HealthMPowers will unveil a new website, recognize important Health Heroes throughout the year and host special events to share with its participants and partners the triumphs and challenges over the last 20 years, while looking forward to the future.
HealthMPowers Appoints New Board Members
(NORCROSS, GA)—HealthMPowers has welcomed four new members to its Board of Directors: Kirk Diamond, Denys Lu, Elizabeth McMahon, and Keith Perkey.
HealthMPowers Appoints Four New Members to Board of Directors
(Norcross, Ga.) – HealthMPowers has appointed four new members to its board of directors: Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Amanda Adams, national leader of Nonprofit Tax Services of Cherry Bekaert LLP; Laura Stammer, former Senior Sales Finance Manager at Rheem Manufacturing; and Justin Grimsley, group manager at VMware.
Georgia’s First Lady Marty Kemp celebrates National School Breakfast Week at Marietta Sixth Grade Academy
The Georgia Department of Education and First Lady of Georgia Marty Kemp along with USDA representatives on March 3 celebrated National School Breakfast Week at Marietta Sixth Grade Academy.
AJC highlights PICH program’s collaboration of Fulton County schools and HealthMPowers to boost physical education in schools.
HealthMPowers and Christi Kay acknowledged for being a major contributor in the creation of the Growing Fit curriculum.
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