Healthy Communities Walk

Want to walk, become a corporate sponsor, or a team captain?
Call us now: 1-919-744-4388


Walk to make Southeast Raleigh a stronger community. Walkers can participate individually or as a group with friends, family and co-workers.


Team Captains are organizational and agencies leaders, or individuals who sign up family members, co-workers or friends to walk. They receive a free PSA on Raleigh Television Network


Our sponsors enjoy tremendous exposure with the Healthy Communities Campaign, which generates millions of media impressions that highlight our sponsors and their support of the event and community.


Volunteers are needed for event planning, walk logistics, the Team Captains Breakfast, to register walkers, to rally the teams. and to manage FunDay. We welcome your support!

Adjustments made for Hurricane Matthew

Join us on Saturday, October 22th, 2016 for the 3rd annual Healthy Communities Walk!
The walk begins at Shaw University and ends at the Chavis Heights Community Center
Schedule Of Events
  • 9:30 Registration
  • 10:00 Hometown Hero's Breakfast
  • 11:30 Walk Rally
  • 12:00 Walk Begins
  • 12:30 Marketplace and FunDay

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Our schools need help in reaching underserved communities and our kids need to know their community cares.
The Facts:

In 2010, Anisa Rhea, PH.D wrote an Evaluation of the Wake County Public School's Alternative

What is a Healthy Community
A healthy community is one where people have good physical and emotional health.

Creating a Stronger Social Network

Register here for a free listing in the Southeast Raleigh Student Resource Guide

Students Take the Challenge!

Too Much TV Inc. will initiate the Healthy Community Initiative in effort to educate and raise awareness around the positive impact of 'Building Student Leaders'. We will challenge students to make a difference in their community by committing to a service-learning project. Students take the challenge to make a positive impact in your community.

service-learning involves partnerships between an institution and the community.

REGISTER HERE to Perform on stage!
REGISTER HERE to attend RTN Taped Production
Get Your Tickets to attend the Hometown Hero's Breakfast

The Healthy Communities Walk fund programs that work to provide:

New Strategies
Teach students strategies that effectively address the issue,
Increased Parent Involvement
Increase parent involvement around bullying so that bullying is addressed in the home and community in a safe manner.
Youth Developed Media Campaigns
Support the organization's efforts to involve low-income youth in developing a media production campaign as way to give them voice to the issue of bullying,
Higher Education & Entrepreneurial Skills
Lay a foundation for student's higher education and teach entrepreneurial skills.
Leadership Skills
Teach leadership skills by having peer-to peer lead instruction
Early Childhood Literacy
Promote early childhood literacy and encourage young girls to care about "books as well as looks."
Programs Aligned with Common Core Objectives
Align student learning with the Common Core objectives