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Tuesday, June 25, 2019
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Senior Action offers myriad services—and a place to belong—for Greenville’s fastest-growing...

Senior Action’s calendar is packed with fun things to do from arts and music to fitness and games. But a conversation with members reveals...

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

Since its founding in 1948, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra has created opportunities for everyone to enjoy the shared experience of live orchestral music. From...

Greenville Women Giving surpasses $6 million milestone with 2019 grants

With its latest round of grants — $580,870 awarded at its annual meeting on May 14 — Greenville Women Giving has given more than...

Meyer Center for Special Children: A Greenville treasure for 65 years...

Working at Shriner’s Hospital in the 1950s, Dr. Leslie Meyer saw children he knew should be in school, but their disabilities led others to...

Greenville Women Giving expands ‘SHEro’ campaign to build endowment

By Bob Morris, president, Community Foundation of Greenville As we approach Mother’s Day weekend, I want to preview a major milestone for the Community Foundation...

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School’s nurturing atmosphere prepares students to...

Maybe it’s the warm welcome of Dean of Students Carolyn Lenhardt, who knows, as she has for 47 years, when a student needs a...

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

Children with health or developmental issues often require the expertise of multiple agencies, organizations, and care providers to thrive. But without effective cooperation among...

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

The future didn’t look bright for Buck, a Great Dane being cared for at a shelter that partners with the Greenville Humane Society. He...

An enduring legacy of care for Upstate children and the Greenville...

In March 2004, Margaret Linder Southern addressed a letter to Bob Morris, president of the Community Foundation of Greenville, requesting that an endowment fund...

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

At six months old, Elizabeth “Elbie” Bevis was so fragile, her parents, Perrin and James, and four older siblings had to learn a new...

Greenville’s growing Hispanic population

In recent years, the Hispanic population in Greenville County has grown significantly, from 4 percent of the population in 2000, to 9 percent in...

Local grants keep Safe Harbor up to the challenge of addressing...

Domestic violence occurs in every community, and the Upstate is no exception. In Anderson, Greenville, Oconee, and Pickens counties, victims can call Safe Harbor...

Fostering Great Ideas brings entrepreneurial spirit to improving the lives of...

Last year in South Carolina, more than 4,500 children were in foster care due to abuse or neglect. Removed from familiar people and places,...

The Community Foundation’s Sue Priester reflects on giving

At the end of this month my term as chair of the Community Foundation of Greenville will conclude, and I have thoroughly enjoyed serving....

Foundation gifts help raise the curtain on South Carolina Children’s Theatre’s...

Some say that all the world’s a stage, but after decades of performing in borrowed venues, South Carolina Children’s Theatre is going to have...

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