Notes from the annual Wellville Gathering
A this year’s Gathering, teams from the Wellville 5 communities explored what it will take to shift long-term thinking and action among institutions, people and systems.
Hope Rising Executive Director Shelly Trumbo presents Project Restoration
Hope Rising executive director Shelly Trumbo presented Project Restoration at last week’s “Putting Care at the Center 2018” conference.
Be Bold. Be Brave. Be Well.
Kathy Dunleavy reflects on Wellville and the future of philanthropy: “Our tagline is ‘Be Bold. Be Brave. Be Well.’ When I think about Wellville in the context of philanthropy, [Wellville founder] Esther [Dyson] was extremely bold and brave. I hope this is just the beginning of a new type of philanthropy.”
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Esther Juices with Gary at HLTH
At the HLTH conference earlier this summer, Esther sat down with Gary Earl to talk about how and why she founded Wellville, and what she’s learned so far. But first, they juiced!
Innovative farm-to-school program in Muskegon County
Michigan State University Extension looks at a program that puts locally grow foods in school cafeterias.
National Attention Focuses on Muskegon’s Obesity Efforts
What’s Wellville community Muskegon, MI doing to curb rates of obesity? A feature article in Politico digs in to find out.