Healthy Kids Summer Program

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Healthy Waltham was delighted to hold our Healthy Kids Summer Program for the third consecutive year. This program is conducted in partnership with the Waltham Public Schools for special education students enrolled in the WPS summer school program. The program was sponsored by a grant from the Jones Partnership of the First Parish Church in Waltham. Healthy […]

City Walks Map

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We recently updated our popular City Walks Map. We feature the four most popular city routes in Waltham’s South Side. Walking is a great way to fit more exercise into your day in an accessible, no-cost way. Walking can help lower blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes risk, while it boosts muscle and heart strength […]

Fit in 5 Wellness Challenge

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Spring is a great time to get healthy! Join us for Fit in 5, Healthy Waltham’s 5-week Wellness Challenge! Program runs: May 15 – June 18 What you’ll get: emails with healthy tips and recipes special offers from local businesses chance to win prizes when you share a healthy activity you did opportunity to be […]

Vote for Healthy Waltham

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We need your vote! Healthy Waltham was recently selected by the Belmont Savings Bank Foundation to participate in a grant opportunity for up to $10,000. The top five organizations selected by your vote will receive funding. Will you take a moment to show your support for healthy kids with a vote for Healthy Waltham? Please […]

From Seed to Plate

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Did you know that adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet is one of the easiest things you can do to improve your health? Click here to vote for Healthy Waltham in the Seeds of Change grant program from March 31-April 18, 2016. If selected, we could receive funding for our garden to table […]

Waltham Schools Get Healthy

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We are delighted to announce our new partnership with the Waltham Public Schools, “Fresh! Chef to School visits,” which introduces students to healthy, tasty new foods in Waltham cafeterias. Please see our article for the Waltham News Tribune here (full text also below) to learn about this program. Check out more photos here. A Fresh Perspective – […]

Button Battery Recycling Program

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Help get toxic button cell batteries out of the waste stream. Healthy Waltham is participating in a new partnership with the Waltham Recycling Department. Button cell-type batteries, commonly found in hearing aids, watches, car keys, and other small electronics, often contain mercury or other harmful substances that can be released into the environment when the batteries are discarded […]

Introducing Pam Hess

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We are pleased to announce that Pam Hess has joined Healthy Waltham as Executive Director! Pam was most recently Director of Youth Engagement and Education at the Appalachian Mountain Club for 13 years. Pam was recognized at the White House last year as a 2014 Presidential “Champions of Change” award winner for career-long efforts to […]

Giving Tuesday

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When you donate to Healthy Waltham, you are supporting your local community, friends and neighbors! We need your support to continue to improve the health and well-being of Waltham residents who may struggle to put healthy food on the table or get regular exercise. Please read this letter from our Board President, Nadene Stein, about […]

Take Our Community Survey

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How often do people in Waltham eat healthy foods? What are some of the reasons people may not eat healthy foods? These are a few of the questions that the Waltham Healthy Food Access Coalition is addressing in a community-wide survey. We need your help if you live, work or go to school in Waltham! The […]