Thrive helps to encourage, develop, and recruit businesses that improve the vitality and resilience of the Allen County economy.
Thrive assists businesses and individuals in navigating the sometimes complex and intimidating healthcare system.
Thrive encourages people to improve their lives through healthy choices and daily activity.
Thrive works to educate the public about nutrition, healthy lifestyles, and the difficult choices we make every day to improve our lives.
Come home and help to make Allen County the healthiest and economically robust county in the state of Kansas.
Thrive works by engaging the passion, vision, and energy of individuals, organizations, and businesses to improve the quality of life in Allen County.
The G&W Foods supermarket chain has submitted a letter of intent to build a new store in Iola, to be accompanied by housing, in a mixed-use development on the site of the former Allen County Hospital.
A recent statewide public opinion poll shows that Kansas voters overwhelmingly support the proposed expansion of the state’s Medicaid program, with support among Republicans, Independents and Democrats.
Thrive Allen County Executive Director David Toland spoke about Allen County’s growing trails system at this month’s See, Hear Iola presentation.
News about what makes for thriving and vibrant communities: Trail Grants, Best Kansas Trails, Governor’s Council on Fitness, Circles, Urban Amenities in Rural Communities.
The Lehigh Portland Trail system has been in the news recently, featured in both the Iola Register newspaper and on KOAM television. Excitement is building!