August 6, 2018—Sherman College hosted three key staff members of the Mary Black Foundation recently for a campus visit and an enlightening discussion about community health. Program Director for Healthy Eating/Active Living Natalia Swanson, Program Director for Early Childhood Development Keisha Gray and Grants Manager Amy Page, who were visiting Sherman College for the first time, met with key campus constituents over lunch and enjoyed a tour of the ongoing campus renovations.
The mission of the Mary Black Foundation is to invest in people and communities for improved health, wellness, and success in Spartanburg County. Since 2003, the Foundation’s work has centered on advancing two priority areas: Early Childhood Development and Healthy Eating | Active Living. The Foundation invested more $2.4 million last year in funding and technical assistance to nonprofit organizations that serve Spartanburg County.
The college looks forward continuing conversations with the Mary Black Foundation to explore ways to help improve the health and wellness of Spartanburg County.
Source: Sherman College of Chiropractic