Active Kids Powered by Volunteers

The Active SWV Kids Run Club program teaches kids the skills and confidence they need to lead healthy, physically active lives beyond their time in the program. This free, 6-8-week club creates a supportive, inclusive, and non-competitive environment for children to learn about running and develop a love of being physically active. Through hands on instruction from trained volunteer ‘Coaches’, kids learn how to properly warm up, cool down, stretch, run, and fuel their bodies while building both teamwork ...

Continue Reading →
0

10 Reasons to start a Kids Run Club at your school


The Kids Run Club program has been steadily growing since it ran its pilot Club at Valley Elementary School in 2015. Now, 29 schools and community groups have hosted Kids Run Clubs all across Raleigh, Summers, Fayette, and Nicholas Counties. Join Fayetteville Elementary, Valley Elementary, New River ...

Continue Reading →
0

Love Your Heart

February is here, and we’re often surrounded by candy hearts, heart chocolates and the words love at every corner. This Valentine’s day don’t forget to not only show love to that special someone, but also show your heart some love by indulging in some of our heart healthy ...

Continue Reading →
0

January Community Captains of the Month

Active SWV would like to highlight Aletha Stolar and Patsieann Misiti as January Community Captains of the Month.

Aletha and Patsieann will be hosting Qi gong classes every Saturday in January at Canyon Rim Visitor Center in Lansing. We asked Aletha and Patsieann to tell us a little about themselves; why they are physically active and what motivates them to give back to their communities. Learn more about being a Community Captain here.

Continue Reading →

0

Participant of the Month January

This month Active SWV would like to highlight Samantha Cadevil as participant of the month.

Samantha is an AmeriCorp Vista at Just for Kids Advocacy Center. She recently attended our Qi Gong program at Canyon Rim Visitor Center in Lansing. This program was led by Community Captains Aletha Stolar and Patsieann Misiti. Read about these volunteers here.

Continue Reading →

0
Page 1 of 16 12345...»