5 Healthy Towns Foundation is accepting proposals for regional interventions that address isolation, food access, and/or physical activity opportunities in the 5 Healthy Towns service area (Chelsea, Dexter, Grass Lake, Manchester, and Stockbridge.) Up to $500,000 will be made available over the next three years to support interventions that will have a strong, positive impact on the listed focus areas by changing system through Connectivity, Engagement, Optimism and Resiliency. For more information please click here.
5 Healthy Towns Foundation (5HF) and our partners invite you to visit OneBigConnection.org (OBC)! The new platform has local area resources, area health data, an events calendar, social media feed, and more!
SportPort is a unique program located in 15 communities throughout Southeast Michigan. Youth between the ages of 5-17 will be able to borrow a variety of sports equipment at no cost to them or their families. Borrowers will be able to keep items or kits for two weeks. After two weeks, the youth will be able ‘renew’ their current item or return it and borrow something else! If an item is damaged it is to be returned to 5HF as soon as possible.
Our lending partners include Chelsea District Library, Chelsea Wellness Center, Manchester Wellness Center and Stockbridge Wellness Center. Youth from all five healthy towns can check out items from these different locations. You can see the different options at each site below!
Email Matt@5healthytowns.org for more information.
Learn more about our Wellness Centers
Learn more about the many free programs and membership opportunities 5 Healthy Towns Foundation Wellness Centers bring to our communities. Click on the links above to take a virtual tour, get contact information and more!