We are excited to announce the launch of our updated Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More curriculum in January of 2014. We will also be holding two upcoming trainings for the program, in Winston-Salem and Greenville, NC for Extension and Health Department staff in North Carolina.
by Annie Hardison-Moody Last week I spoke on a panel at the 3rd Annual Shaw University Health Disparities Conference. It was a great conference with excellent speakers, many of whom talked about their work in faith and health promotion. It was wonderful to talk with others about Faithful Families and about the work they are… Read more »
If you have been checking our Facebook, Twitter, or website, you know that Faithful Families is going through an exciting change! We are in the process of updating our curriculum to include information about how to connect with us through social media, how to promote local produce and growers, and to ensure that our… Read more »
The Faithful Families curriculum is based on the North Carolina North Carolina Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)’s Families Eating Smart and Moving More Curriculum. Our partners at NC EFNEP have a new website and Facebook page! Check it out for recipes, tips and videos to help you and your family to eat healthier foods and be… Read more »
Guest Writer: Debbie Stephenson Good news from the folks at the USDA about the SuperTracker! Back in January, I encouraged you to use the food and activity tracker at www.choosemyplate.gov on a post at Voices into Action: The Families, Food and Health project’s website.
We wanted to let you know about a few exciting mini-grant opportunities for North Carolina faith communities. Consider applying for these funds to improve the policies, practices and environments in your faith community to promote healthy eating and physical activity.