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- January 16, 2019 - Get Healthy Philly has partnered with First Up to promote the importance of incorporating physical activity in early childhood settings. Read more about our partnership: First Up on Let’s Talk Quality! blog. Take a look at all of the fun from our professional development sessions as we celebrate the early childhood providers who are making […]
- January 15, 2019 - On December 18, 2018, Get Healthy Philly held a final THANK YOU meeting to close out our four years of work under the CDC’s State and Local Public Health Actions (SLPHA)1422 Grant. A major component of this was working on environmental changes to increase healthy food in institutional settings and the community, and to support […]
- January 7, 2019 - Supporting and Building Food Justice in Philadelphia! We just launched our open call for food justice projects to fund and welcome you to send in a Letter of Interest (LOI). See details and links below! UPDATE: Deadline has been extended. Applications are due February 20, 2019. Keep scrolling for even more updates. Food justice means communities can […]
- December 7, 2018 - In order to create opportunities for potential business owners, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and the Department of Commerce have launched the Healthy Food Business Program to support entrepreneurs planning to open new healthy food businesses in Philadelphia. The program prioritizes businesses in neighborhoods that lack access to healthy food options and will give preference to applicants who reside in one […]
Food Fit Philly shared a video.
Friday, 15 March 2019 6:56 pm
Friday Inspiration! Movement is for #EveryBody
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Food Fit Philly was live and their video will be available soon.
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 4:17 pm
Most people need 7-8 hours of sleep to stay healthy. Hear Dr. Bettigoles tip for getting better sleep at night! #WalkWithADoc every 2nd Wednesday of the month in Center City.
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