Health and Wellness

Innovation News Asa Zucarro, executive director of the Latinx Technology and Community Center on Lewis Street, speaks to a crowd at a public showing of The Water Box on Monday, December 2.

How the Water Box is fostering community trust across Flint


In The News Hurley's 11th annual Pink Night Palooza garnered record funds that will go towards their Breast Cancer Patient Navigation program.

Over $170,000 raised through Hurley breast cancer awareness event


In The News Blessed to be a blessing

Free turkey dinner serving hope to Flint families


In The News TaWannaA2019

Free expo offers mental health advice, activities


In The News farmers market

Nutrition initiative creates health habits among Flint kids


In The News With its smooth, flat surface, 5K on the Runway offers an opportunity for competitive runners to race toward new PRs.
In The News William S. White receiving the first-ever Philanthropy Compass Prize from the European Foundation Centre in 2009. Photo by Andreas Franke.

Thank you, Bill White. For everything.


In The News Flint's Civic Park neighborhood soon will be home to a 4-acre farm and orchard.

Large urban farm and orchard planned in north Flint


In The News South African delegates and UM-Flint professor Otrude Moyo  visit Convoy of Hope Saturday as part of their study of Ubuntu in Flint.

South African academics visit Flint to see Ubuntu at work here


In The News Ubuntu Village extends out in a 3-block radius from the Urban Renaissance Center offices at Joy Tabernacle Church
In The News Volunteers gather on the playground equipment at Bassett Park for its grand opening July 27, 2019.
In The News “(My flag means) fun, family, and love.” —Malaya Gilbert, 5.

Civic Park Art Parade brings community celebration to the streets


In The News History on the Run is being planned in coordination with the Civic Park neighborhood's Crim Fit Training Group.
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