The organizations include the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, Camperdown Academy, the Greenville Free Medical Clinic and the S.C. Children’s Theatre.
If one were to put a green dot on a Greenville city map to mark each place impacted by the Community Foundation of Greenville, it would look like a pasture; hardly a block in the city hasn’t been touched. There would be multiple green spaces in the county, as well.
As part of its “Bring Change” campaign, the Haywood Road TD Bank branch will serve as a designated hub on Sept. 9 to support Upstate Warrior Solution.
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Greenville’s Salvation Army’s headquarters is expanding, driving the North Main community to confront the area’s uneasy relationship with the homeless and indigent.
The money will also go towards the Pay it Forward program, which gives employees the opportunity to receive $500 through a drawing and apply the funds toward their own act of kindness.
Safe Harbor is hosting the True Grit Oyster Roast in the Village of West Greenville. The event will raise money and awareness for the Safe Harbor organization.
Greenville County Animal Care is one step closer to its goal of being a no-kill facility.
Greenville County Animal Care was awarded a $175,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to establish, implement and sustain the community cat diversion program.
Shine the Light hosts leadership event // Greenville Drive recruits new volunteers for Meals on Wheels of Greenville
Greenville City Councilwoman Jil Littlejohn presented GTCHS Students In Action with individual letters of commendation from Mayor Knox White.
Mill Village Farm dedicates garden in Staunton Bridge Community // CDS hosts first annual Cornhole Derby // Local church hosts dementia workshop // Local breweries release American sour series
The Poinsett Club gave $1,800 in new donations to two local nonprofits supporting veterans
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check for $17,000