Tuesday Roll – Weekly Ride
Beginning March 22nd, 6:00 pm
Across from Kelly Ingram Park
An EASY BREEEZY RIDE and ROUTE for all cycling abilities. This 32 week activity draws riders from across the city of Birmingham to cycle through urban neighborhoods. This is a ride that is designed for new, comfortable and experienced riders 18 years of age and older. Last year’s ridership averaged 20-35 riders each week and they tracked more than 10,000 miles.
Running Groups Hit The Streets Everyday
Special Thank You To
The Caring Foundation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama
for their generous support of our Healthier Community Programs.
Our Faith in Fitness program and the Healthy Community Programs include diabetes education sessions, community gardening activities and our signature 12 Weeks of Change Program. Our program are to respond to the number of critical health disparities that impact urban and low to moderate income communities.
29 Red Rock Project
Conducts programmatic and mapping process in seven Birmingham Communities linked to the TIGER Project of the Red Rock Trail Systems.
BPRBS Healthier Communities Initiative a partnership with the National Institute of Human Development has received major support from the National Corporation for National and Community Service.
This project conducted the City of Fairfield CRATE 2014 - A Liveable Community Assessment
Our Leaving Diabetes Behind program funded by American Academy of Family Physicians through a Cities For Life grant reached over 120 individuals through a collaboration with Thirgood CME Church and the Fifth Episcopal District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
2015 Pilot Project Award
Walk To Smartphone Application
This opportunity will allow us expand our project to encorage and motivate walkers, runners, and cyclist to move more on a daily basis.
Community Health Innovation Awards (CHIA)
We are excited to recieve a 2014 CHIA Innovation Award from the University of Alabama at Birmingham for the development of our Walk To smartphone app.
Patrick Packer, Jerri Haslem and Dr. Robert Kimberly, Director of the UAB Center for Clinical and Translational Science
BPRBS joines with Cory Watson Attorneys. to give bike helmets to kids in the communities in Birmingham, Alabama.