Have you seen the new Allen County Bike Share bikes on the downtown Iola square? Thrive Allen County, in partnership with Velo+, has purchased 10 bikes for this pilot program. The bikes are located outside of Thrive Allen County and Wavefire Games and are available free-of-charge for 24 hours to anyone who can show an i.d. to employees […]
We are honored to partner with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas to design and implement new approaches to help rural Kansans live healthier, better lives.
Bringing a community back: Thrive moves to renovate Kress 5-10-25 Cent Store In the Christmas classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” George Bailey is gifted in a moment of crisis with the vision of what his life and work meant to the tiny community of Bedford Falls. In that spirit, we invite you to reflect on […]
Apply today for this new position to help build Thrive’s capacity to serve as the backbone organization for a statewide rural health advocacy network.
Nominations are now open for the 2016 Thrive Awards, recognizing organizations and individuals doing exceptional things in our community!
The Kansas Alliance for Wellness recently highlighted the Allen County GROW (Growing Rural Opportunities Works) Food and Farm Council in a short video.
Thrive Allen County is pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Alexander as Thrive’s Deputy Director.
A new 0.4-mile connector trail will link the popular 6.5-mile Southwind Rail Trail with the new Lehigh Portland Trails system.
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At their February 8th meeting, the Iola City Council heard community input about a proposed Tobacco21 ordinance.
Thrive’s mission is to support and encourage programs, policies and resources that promote access to healthcare, healthy lifestyles, and positive community conversation that improves the well-being of residents of Allen County, Kansas.
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Iola, KS 66749