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CATEGORY ARCHIVE

Through its work, the Winter Park Health Foundation strives to engage residents to make personal changes and adopt healthy lifestyles.  And, we enlist and empower ideas from members of the community who are focused on making their communities healthier places. The focus is on disease prevention and the aim is to energize individuals and communities to identify and implement sustainable actions to address their health concerns.

Live.Life.Healthy Presents WPHS Health Fair

Guest author, Julia Story, President of the Live.Life.Healthy Student Board, provides a recap of the Health Fair.

Healthy Eatonville Promotes Senior Fitness

Seniors in Eatonville are improving their overall health through participation in age appropriate fitness activities.

Walking and Rolling to Better Health and Grades

Healthy Central Florida mini-grants hope to increase the number of students walking and biking to school.

Starting October 1 - Join the Walk90 Challenge!

The Walk90 Challenge offers fun incentives for communities to come together and get moving.

Winter Park Health Foundation Engages Younger Generation in Leadership

Learn more about students helping to guide the work of the Foundation.

Intergenerational Program CATCH Healthy Habits Demonstrates Success for All Ages

CATCH senior volunteers serving Eatonville youth recently recognized for Excellence in Community Volunteer Service.

Maitland Middle School PTA Presents 'Screenagers'

The film explored the impact of electronic devices and 'screen time' on children.

City of Winter Park to Pursue Age Friendly Community Designation

Foundation grant support will help the City of Winter Park become the eighth Florida municipality designated as an AARP Age-Friendly Community.

Leadership Eatonville Community Survey Reveals Resident Priorities

Responses suggest activities for youth, neighborhood beautification efforts, jobs and adult education hold the highest priority.