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OASIS CATCH Healthy Habits connects teams of adults, 50+, with kids in grades K-5 to provide a healthy snack, teach a lesson on nutrition and lead the children in 30 minutes of physical exercise

volunteers organized in community engagement (voice)

Volunteers help out in classrooms, teaching kids about healthy eating habitsThe RCLL VOICE is a unique educational and service program that utilizes the special talents of older adult volunteers in Central Florida to address local community issues such as making communities more age-friendly, reducing health disparities, and addressing food insecurity among community residents. Volunteers serve as trained mentors and use their expertise to assist children, teens, and adults in a variety of areas including health and education.

The Hamilton Holt School at Rollins College received a generous grant from the Winter Park Health Foundation (WPHF) to support the Volunteers Organized in Community Engagement (VOICE) Program. VOICE is reducing the incidence of childhood obesity in Winter Park and surrounding communities by implementing a highly successful older adult volunteer service program, the CATCH Healthy Habits Program.

catch healthy habits

Through the OASIS Coordinated Approach To Child Health (CATCH) program, adults over 50 work with children to instill healthy eating and fitness habits. Teams of 5-8 adults lead children in a 60 minute lesson each week consisting of a nutritious snack, health lesson and physical activity.

To learn more about the national OASIS CATCH Healthy Habits program, click here.

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Want to learn more about how you can help? Call 407-646-2459 or fill out the form below to get started.