Power Sunday Toolkit

Our church is the heart of our community, providing not only spiritual comfort, but also serving as the support center for social, educational and health issues. For this reason, it’s a great idea to involve your church in spreading the “Power!” Here are some ways to promote a healthy church.

Family Reunion Toolkit

Family Reunions are a wonderful way to stay connected, pass on family heritage and traditions and to learn and/or teach about family history. It is also a great time to inform some and remind others that stroke is a major health threat. Power To End Stroke is a source of empowerment for African Americans to take charge of their health to prevent stroke and recognize their increased risk of stroke.

Most Powerful Voices Concert & Health Fair Expo

Join the American Heart Association on April 21st, for an evening of inspiration featuring Vashawn Mitchell at the Most Powerful Voices Concert & Health Fair Expo at Parklawn Assembly of God in Milwaukee. Our event promotes stroke prevention and a heart-healthy lifestyle, and is FREE to the community! Learn the information necessary to be Empowered to Serve! Serve God, serve our families, and serve our communities!

Don’t Be Salty: Facebook Live Event

March 16, 2018
Watch this Facebook Live video for a flavorful conversation around the unsavory effects of salt featuring medical professionals and high blood pressure survivors!

Learn About the EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health Accelerator™

Applications Open: May 1, 2018
Apply for the The EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health AcceleratorTM is a six to eight week intensive training and grant opportunity designed to challenge you to apply innovative, community-based solutions to help solve an urgent urban health problem.

EmPOWERED To Serve Urban Health Accelerator™ – Philadelphia

Grants up to $60,000 are available for innovation that improves the health of the Philadelphia community.

As a city, Philadelphia has the second highest in smoking rates in the US at 25.5%, is the sixth least active city at 29% rate of inactivity and the poverty rate is the highest among the nation’s 10 largest cities.

But we can fix it.