To expand its investment capacity, the nonprofit is establishing the Greenville Housing Impact Fund, a $5 million pool of revolving investment.
“The event will be a day for having fun and remembering those moments,” Julie Dubis says. “Life is precious and we need to enjoy it and make memories with each other.”
Six years ago, all Connie Post wanted was to give her child a chance for a normal life with her family.
At Conestee Nature Preserve, every season has its own attractions.
In 2014, the Nicholtown Early Learning task force surveyed 250 parents to find out what they wanted for their children. They also interviewed community leaders — one of whom responded,…
“Our vision is a conservatory for artists age 55 and up, a world-class center that’s accessible to diverse communities,” says Naina Dewan, director of Senior Action’s Fine Arts Center.
Inspiration is everywhere at Greenville Center for Creative Arts and extends into the community through outreach programs.
From the images on the walls to the themes of its summer programs, every change is intentionally designed to further its mission.
What makes a community healthier?
Fortunately, Greenville County nonprofits and the grant makers who provide much of their funding each had an alliance.
“If only one life was changed, it was worth it. But this is just one of several hotels in the area. As a community, we shouldn’t be okay with this.” — Susan McLarty, Greenville Homeless Alliance
"Here, you can grow and learn as a person. It's what we do every day - mentoring or being mentored. We all play both roles." - Jade Clark
“The Phillis Wheatley Community Center has made great strides in the last two years to ensure its legacy of service continues well into the future,” says Bob Morris, president of the Community Foundation of Greenville.
While the world waited for science to deliver a vaccine that would make gathering safe again, the specialists and educators at Roper Mountain Science Center were busy creating virtual lessons…
“We are thrilled to facilitate this collaboration and celebrate our global community in the Upstate,” Adela Mendoza says.