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Wello, resource centers partner to cultivate community through produce box grant project

What we know: Higher consumption of fruits and vegetables is associated with better health outcomes, including decreased rates of heart disease and cancer. Also true: Despite advances in understanding the systemic barriers to healthy food access, diet-related health problems continue to disproportionately affect low-income communities of color. The question: Why, particularly in a community like…

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East River Water Trail proposal shows community well-being in action

The sound of birds chirping, the splish splash of water, and warmth from the summer sun. Paddling down the East River, one might forget that you’re in Brown County. Yet, an abundance  of fresh waterways are one of our community’s greatest assets. There is a growing movement to make sure the habitats of the East…

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Wello Awards Nearly $8,000 in Mindfulness Grants to Green Bay Schools

Wello has awarded $7,637 to 29 teachers and staff across 15 schools in the Green Bay Area Public School District as part of our mindfulness capacity building work with the district.  “It’s exciting to see the progress that we have made towards making mindfulness practices available to staff and students as research shows these practices…

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Wello Partners With Resource Centers for Well-Being Clinics

If I asked you to imagine smelling burgers and pork chops being cooked on a grill, music playing and people dancing, children throwing a football around, and people filling up bags with local sweet potatoes, carrots and other produce, you probably wouldn’t guess that this was the scene for people waiting to get their COVID-19…

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