Shop at Amazon Smile. Follow the link and select Greater Richmond Fit4Kids as your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of… Read more »
Fit4Kids Learning Gardens and cooking classes feed students’ appetite for hands-on delicious fun!
Food Explorers is a five-session after-school program aimed at making children savvy consumers of food.
Fit4Kid’s Wellness Integration program empowers elementary school teachers to incorporate movement and health promotion messages into the classroom.
During this time, Fit4Kids is committed to supporting the health and wellness of kids and families by providing resources and promoting virtual ways to make healthy fun!Learn More
What We Do
Fit4Kids and Chesterfield County Parks and Rec have been selected by KaBOOM! and the CarMax Foundation to build a new… Read more »
On Monday, April 22nd, Fit4Kids and its partner Backyard Farmer installed a new learning garden at Oak Grove Elementary School… Read more »
Fit4Kids is supporting Bellowood Elementary in their 2nd Annual Bellwood 5K and Fun Run in Memory of Kathy Watkinson Ivins…. Read more »
The Greater Richmond Coalition for Healthy Children is pleased to announce the 2013 Healthy School Food Environment Grant program that… Read more »
At the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year, Fit4Kids awarded five schools in Richmond, Henrico and Chesterfield mini grants up… Read more »
Through a Healthy Community Action Team grant from the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth, the Greater Richmond Coalition for Healthy… Read more »
Through a generous grant from the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation, Greater Richmond Fit4Kids is partnering with five… Read more »
St. Joseph’s Villa Garden Installation On October 3rd, Greater Richmond Fit4Kids and the Greater Richmond Coalition for Healthy Children partnered to install an… Read more »
Fit4Kids Executive Director Mary Dunne Stewart discusses Fit4Kids new programs in an op-ed written for the Richmond Times Dispatch. Read the… Read more »