BioLogic 501c3

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit organization creating health and education programs for the improvement and advancement of community health and vitality

For people who value health, respect the planet and seek holistic vitality, BioLogic (formerly Thrive Community Health) is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to being your trusted source of biological health advocacy, education and community. Bringing together leading biological health experts and esteemed educators from around the globe, together we will transform the passive, isolated treatment of disease and decay into an actively engaged pursuit of holistic vitality.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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BioLogic 1:1 Challenge!

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

BioLogic 1:1 Challenge!

The staff and volunteers at Thrive Community Health hope that 2017 has brought YOU endless blessings and joy! In celebration of #Giving Tuesday we are writing to share OUR joy for all that we have created this year, and we invite you to participate in our #BioLogic 1:1 Challenge!

Through December 2017, your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar by one of our foundation partners, BioDentist.

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Join the Urban Farming Revolution

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

Join the Urban Farming Revolution

Our Food & Farm Vitality Education Series offers classes, podcasts and videos to help you learn about all phases of sustainable farming that are in harmony with nature, including how to develop and maintain healthy soil, how to plant in a biodiverse way that encourages a healthy relationship with natural pollinators, grow fruit vegetables that are insect and disease resistant and cultivate seeds for the next generation.

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A Letter to Our Community

Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

A Letter to Our Community

Through our community’s generous support this past year, Thrive Community Health, 501c3 is creating optimal terrain for biological health and education to flourish, through programs and services that increase awareness and empower change. This year, through our Food and Farm Vitality led by internationally recognized Master Gardener, Joe Lustig, we provided organic vegetables and seeds to other organizations including the Gathering Place, Senior Center of Denver, Project Angel Heart, Sacred Heart House of Denver and the Montessori School of Denver. Through your support of our food and farm vitality programs, we offered nutrient-rich food and seeds for the betterment of health in underserved populations.

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Free Event — Children’s Story Hour and Sing Along – The Big Stew by Kimberly Branch

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

Free Event — Children’s Story Hour and Sing Along – The Big Stew by Kimberly Branch

With so many chemically-ridden and genetically modified food choices, it can be difficult to teach our children how to be healthy decision makers outside of the home.

Join us for a magical story hour and sing along with local author Kimberly Branch. The Big Stew is the tale of four vegetables brought to life on a quest to stay organic. While on their journey, they learn a thing or two about taking responsibility for our environment, and the importance of healthy eating.

Thrive’s own farm director, Farmer Joe Lustig will be on hand to lead families on a garden tour and a vegetable harvest. (Weather permitting)

We will raffle off a signed copy of the Big Stew. Books will be available for sale. We hope you’ll join us for this and other surprises too!

Please pre-register for this FREE event

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Free Event — Gut Health: The Inside Story

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

Free Event — Gut Health: The Inside Story

Do you suffer from chronically low energy, digestive issues such as bloating after meals, diarrhea, nausea, seasonal allergies or asthma, food sensitivities, chronic infections, auto-immune disease, frequent mood changes or hormonal imbalances? These are just a few of the symptoms associated with leaky gut.

Taken out of context of the whole body and treated individually as they often are by conventional medicine, symptoms continue to spring up like a proverbial ‘leaky’ boat, leaving you feeling more tired, more bloated, and hopeless. That’s the bad news. Fortunately, the good news is to heal a leaky gut you need to look no further then your garden or natural foods section at the grocery store.

Please join us for an introduction to gut health with expert nutritionist Monica Corrado to help you better understand the causes of leaky gut and navigate the dietary shifts necessary to heal.

Please pre-register for this free event.

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Master Gardener, Joe Lustig, Presents at Yoga on the Rocks!

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

Master Gardener, Joe Lustig, Presents at Yoga on the Rocks!

Please join our TCH and master gardener Joe Lustig this Sunday, June 5th, at Yoga Rocks the Park for a mini-workshop presentation following yoga. His passion for gardening and creating beautiful urban edible landscapes is inspiring and worth sharing… We’ll see you there!

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To Give is to Thrive

Posted by on Jan 3, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | Comments Off on To Give is to Thrive

To Give is to Thrive

Thrive Community Health is a 501c3 non-profit committed to a vision of improving the overall well-being of the community through health education programs, dental vitality research, and edible landscape micro-farming.

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AmazonSmile Campaign

Posted by on Jan 2, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | Comments Off on AmazonSmile Campaign

AmazonSmile Campaign

         Amazon Smiles will donate to Thrive Community Health with every qualifying purchase. 1.  Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible smile.amazon.com purchase to Thrive Community Health whenever you shop AmazonSmile. 2.  AmazonSmile is the same Amazon that we all know — offering the same products, same prices, same everything. 3.  Support Thrive Community Health by shopping at smile.amazon.com and selecting us as your charitable organization. 4.  Use this direct link to connect with Thrive Community Health on AmazonSmile with ease: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/57-1225117   With immense gratitude for your contribution! Thrive Community Health...

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Volunteer

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | Comments Off on Volunteer

Volunteer

We can not do what we do without the support of volunteers like you. To learn more about upcoming garden volunteer opportunities, please send us a note telling us a little about yourself to thrivecommunityhealth@gmail.com.

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