WHF receives Grants in Support of Wellness and Prevention
$10,000 Grant from PACF Supports WHF's School Prevention Program
The Princeton Area Community Foundation has committed for another year to support the Teen Esteem Health and Fitness Program at Trenton Central High School. "We are pleased to support this excellent program" says Nancy Kieling, PACF Executive Director. The program helps vulnerable teen girls with betther health choices during a critical time of their development. "The Women's Heart Foundation couldn't be more proud and honored to be able to work with the Trenton Central High School community ", says Bonnie Arkus. more.
Women of Vail donate $14,000 to support Prevention and Wellness
WHF is grateful to Pat and Tricia McConathy of Vail, Colorado and to their friends for contributing nearly $14,000 in support of WHF's wellness and prevention programs for women. Ms. McConathy organized an elegant holiday luncheon December 4 at her Yarmony Creek Ranch for the donation to take place, and invited Bonnie Arkus to attend. Guests shared stories of their mothers and grandmothers whose lives had been affected by heart disease and shared cookie recipes. more
Youth Leadership Director Simms Joins WHF Board and Brings Skill Set to Teen Esteem Students at Trenton HighWe are pleased to welcome Pamela Boyce Simms as a new trustee to the Women's Heart Foundation. Ms. Simms is executive director of the Women and Youth Leadership Association and conducts empowerment seminars. On January 15, Ms. Simms spent the day with the Teen Esteem students at Trenton Central High to help prepare them for a new leadership role in the fitness program.