Thrive helps to encourage, develop, and recruit businesses that improve the vitality and resilience of the Allen County economy.
Thrive works to educate the public about nutrition, healthy lifestyles, and the difficult choices we make every day to improve our lives.
On September 19, Allen County, KS was announced as one of eight winners of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2017 Culture of Health Prize. As part of this recognition, RWJF created the following video of our community:
Thrive Allen County is pleased to announce that Allen County has been awarded a “Culture of Health” prize from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
A decade of leadership and investments have made Allen County Kansas a ‘Culture of Health’ model for rural communities across the nation.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Recognizes Allen County for Transforming Rural Community Health IOLA, Kansas (September 19, 2017) Allen County, Kansas is one of eight winners of the 2017 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Prize honors communities for their unwavering efforts to ensure all residents have the opportunity […]
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