Monthly Archives: October 2016

Introducing the Community ExCHANGE

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Introducing the Community ExCHANGE

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WORKSHOP
LEARNING TO USE NEW HEALTH DATA VISUALIZATION TOOLS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION

Introducing the
Gulf Coast Community ExCHANGE
a web-based healthy communities initiative
transforming data into ACTION.

Thursday, October 20, 2016
9:30  – 11:00 a.m.

Knight Non-Profit Center
Community Bank Room
11975 Seaway Road, Gulfport MS

Space is limited to 12-15 participants.
Please invite a colleague and RSVP to twyman@gccds.msstate.edu

www.GulfCoastCommunityExCHANGE.org

 

·         LEARN how and why the Mississippi Gulf Coast was chosen for this powerful data platform.

·         LEARN how to use the Community ExCHANGE as a tool in your grant writing.

·         LEARN why we are committed to offering this dynamic tool for FREE to everyone on the Gulf Coast.

·         LEARN how to customize a fully-integrated health dashboard for initiatives your organization is tracking.

  • BRING your laptop, fully charged. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the site yourself. 

Powered by Xerox Community Health Solutions. Fully funded through Louisiana Public Health Institute and the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s Future for the Gulf Fund.

 

October is Farm to School Month!

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via FoodTank (http://foodtank.com/news/2016/10/celebrate-national-farm-to-school-month-this-october) October is National Farm to School Month and communities across the country are celebrating the importance of farm to school programs. These programs, implemented in more than 42,500 schools in the United States, can help improve child nutrition, stimulate local economies, and educate children about where their food comes from and how to make […]

via October is Farm to School Month! — Mississippi Food Policy Council