Community Activities

EPI encourages involvement in activities and events that give back to the community’s total wellbeing.

 

 

 

 

EPI encourages involvement in activities and events that give back to the community’s total wellbeing. Community activity examples include:

American Heart Association Heart Walk: We aren’t just walking. We’re Heartwalking! Nearly 1 million Americans at 305 events across the country join to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. How can you make a positive difference in the lives of your friends, family and co-workers? Join the Heart Walk, start Heartwalking and make the commitment to lead a heart healthy life and become healthy for good. Remember- we’re not only raising funds, we’re raising heartbeats!

Trident United Way

  • Annual Fundraising Drive: Donating to Trident United Way gives you the power to make real, long-lasting change in the Lowcountry by addressing the issues that matter in people’s lives – education, financial stability, and health. In fact last year alone over 200,000 lives were impacted in the Tricounty area by Trident United Way.
  • Day of Caring: A 15 year tradition in the Lowcountry, Trident United Way’s Day of Caring brings together hundreds of nonprofit agencies and schools with thousands of volunteers all on one day to improve our tri-county community. TUW’s Day of Caring is the largest community service day in the area. TUW matches nonprofit agencies and schools with volunteer teams that help advance their mission and build capacity—all while fostering community engagement. Additionally, it is the catalyst for year-round volunteer engagement as teams see the impact they can make in one day when they build partnerships within the community.