The Community Foundation of Greenville has provided $131,559 to support Greenville Literacy Association’s work.
Data collected from the past fiscal year indicate that YouthBASE is effective at improving behavior and academic success.
Over the past 10 years, Chris and Kelly’s HOPE has helped over 200 such organizations, and many more individuals.
Since its inception in 2006, GWG has awarded 140 grants to 87 nonprofits for a collective total of more than $7.6 million.
Lesley Pregenzer, FAVOR Upstate's new CEO, brings with her more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector.
Gateway follows the Clubhouse model, providing recovery services for people living with chronic, long-term mental health conditions.
A pair of artists offered an insider's perspective of how the arts are lifting up youth in our community.
Women striving to break free from human trafficking, prostitution and addiction need acceptance and a safe place to recover from the trauma of life on the streets.
The juried show features the work of Upstate artists highlighting the contributions of historical and contemporary women to the Greenville community.
In 2020, social entrepreneur Adrick (A.D.) Ceasar saw a need for safe, affordable housing for men and women living in poverty.
From 2017 to 2019 the number of children served by Clarity at the Center for Developmental Services grew by 19%. Despite the disruptions of 2020, the need continues to grow.
The gift included a matching challenge, providing $1 million to seed a capital campaign to build the Rupert Huse Veteran Resource Center.
“The Greenville Humane Society is an example of how effective executive and board leadership can deliver in ways that have a vast impact on the quality of life in Greenville County,” says Bob Morris, CFG President.
Recent years have seen donations increase between $10–15 million annually, 4–5 times the amount in the early 2000s.
Project Host’s soup kitchen serves approximately 40,000 lunches annually in Project Host’s soup kitchen.