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Say hello to wello!

 

Wello's purpose is to co-create community conditions that are fair and just to drive high levels of health and well-being for all.

We use the science of well-being to help the Greater Green Bay community thrive!

This is our community.

 

Say hello to wello!

 

Wello is a well-being network mobilizing people while connecting organizations and resources to identify and solve complex problems that negatively affect quality of life in Brown County.

We use the science of well-being to help the Greater Green Bay community thrive!

This is our community.

 
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Wello in Your Community

Wello Invites You to 4th Annual Well-Being Summit

Join us for the 4th Annual Wello Well-Being Summit on Thursday, February 16, 2023 at the Green Bay Botanical Garden’s Cornerstone Foundation Hall. Registration is now open! Click here to reserve your spot today! The agenda for the day is…

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Wello and Community Partners Receive AHW Seed Grant to Build Hmong Farmers’ Capacity

Wello is thrilled to announce we have been selected as a recipient of an Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) Seed Grant through the Medical College of Wisconsin! Through a partnership between Wello, the Asian American Resource Center, and Seasonal Harvest…

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$550,000 Grant Supports East River Water Trail Project

Clear waters ahead! The East River Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Project has been selected by the Fox River/Green Bay Natural Resource Trustee Council (NRDA) for implementation. The Council has agreed to allocate $550,000 towards the proposed project. This brings the project’s…

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What people are saying.

What does well-being mean to you/ why does it matter to you?

“Being well means spending time with loved ones and always trying to find something new to experience in life.”

— Jennifer G.

“Being well means consciously acknowledging your mental, physical and emotional health.”

— Tawny C.

“Being well is more a feeling than something that can easily be put into words. It’s a sense of happiness and strength in mind and body.”

— Matt B.

“Being well means being at peace and honoring your mind, body and soul.”

— Molly O.

“I believe the key to a happy and healthy lifestyle is surrounding yourself with great people, pushing yourself towards a goal, and always looking up.”

— Nate S.

“When you put your health and well-being first, everything else becomes a little bit easier.”

— Sherry F.

We are the dot connectors.

Wello focuses on being the glue that brings our community together to create a well-being movement where the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts.

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  • Measure

    To take action, we need to know where are starting.

    We prioritize local, subjective measures of well-being because it values and centers community voice.

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  • Innovate

    Together, we take action.

    Local data drives local action. Our network strives to ensure diverse perspectives inform community well-being work.

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  • Activate

    There is no we without you!

    Wello gives people an opportunity to lift up their voices and lend their skills, passions and unique strengths to a common vision.

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Get involved in your neighborhood.

 

Create real change

See how our community is taking meaningful action to build a proactive culture of health and well-being for all.

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Open to suggestions

We welcome your ideas, personal stories and random thoughts.

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Invest in your
lively-hood

All monetary gifts stay local to improve the Greater Green Bay area.

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See what we’ve
been up to

Progress updates, stories, events, tips and words of wisdom.

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An invitation to businesses and community leaders

Wello partners

By sponsoring a Wello program or helping us start a well-being initiative...

You can strengthen our communities’ ability to both retain and attract talented, purpose-driven citizens committed to creating a city that supports health and well-being.

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