The Nature Conservancy

Giving Matters: The Nature Conservancy of South Carolina protects treasured landscapes from the mountains to the sea

Founded in the United States in 1951 and working in South Carolina since 1969, TNC is the world’s largest conservation organization.

Giving Matters: Endowment gives Greenville Literacy Association flexibility to keep up with changing needs

The Greenville Literacy Association is committed to ensuring all community members can take advantage of Greenville’s growth, offering classes in adult literacy and basic education and English as a second language (ESL) to provide the skills needed to meet employer demand.

Giving Matters: Scholarship funds make college more accessible

One time-honored way to promote a brighter future is by making it…

Senior Action offers myriad services—and a place to belong—for Greenville’s fastest-growing demographic

Senior Action’s calendar is packed with fun things to do from arts…

Greenville Symphony Orchestra’s education programs engage community with classical music

Since its founding in 1948, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra has created opportunities…
Meyer Center

Meyer Center for Special Children: A Greenville treasure for 65 years looks to the future

Working at Shriner’s Hospital in the 1950s, Dr. Leslie Meyer saw children…
Greenville Women Giving

Greenville Women Giving expands ‘SHEro’ campaign to build endowment

By Bob Morris, president, Community Foundation of Greenville As we approach Mother’s…

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School’s nurturing atmosphere prepares students to achieve without limits

Maybe it’s the warm welcome of Dean of Students Carolyn Lenhardt, who…

From integration to outreach: Greenville County Care Coordination Collaborative prepares for next phase

Children with health or developmental issues often require the expertise of multiple…

Saving Lives: Greenville Humane Society providing more services following recent expansion

The future didn’t look bright for Buck, a Great Dane being cared…

An enduring legacy of care for Upstate children and the Greenville Humane Society

In March 2004, Margaret Linder Southern addressed a letter to Bob Morris,…

CDS’s collaborative special-needs care enhanced by Capacity Building Grant

At six months old, Elizabeth “Elbie” Bevis was so fragile, her parents,…

Greenville’s growing Hispanic population

In recent years, the Hispanic population in Greenville County has grown significantly,…

Local grants keep Safe Harbor up to the challenge of addressing domestic violence

Domestic violence occurs in every community, and the Upstate is no exception.…

Fostering Great Ideas brings entrepreneurial spirit to improving the lives of children in foster care

Last year in South Carolina, more than 4,500 children were in foster…