"More than any other organization, Public Education Partners positively impacts student achievement by supporting professional development for teachers and principals,” said Bob Morris, CFG president.
Over $600,000 has been awarded to local nonprofits through these capacity-building grants since 2014, according to the foundation.
In the bright, orderly therapy rooms at A Child’s Haven, Sandra Casanova plays with preschool-aged children, most of whom have been expelled from a typical child care setting. All have…
“I’m grateful to be able to do extracurricular activities and still get the grades I want,” said Gracie Wells, 2019 recipient of the Margaret and Jack Paylor Family Scholarship.
Megan Carolan, ICS’s director of policy research, said children are at greatest risk of homelessness during the first year of their lives.
The nonprofit was formed in 1999 by a group of concerned citizens from Greenville and Spartanburg counties with funding from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina.
The importance of investing in young children and supporting their families is timeless. As the Governor Richard Riley Sculpture declares, “Education Really Matters.”
The Community Foundation of Greenville inspires giving by bridging philanthropy and purpose, making Greenville County an inclusive and vibrant community.
Last year, GTC President Dr. Keith Miller, created the “President’s Commission on Persistence and Retention” to address the urgent issue of keeping students in class.
Friends of the Reedy River advocates for responsible development as Greenville grows.
Joe Erwin has led many significant endeavors, but the secret behind his plentiful success rests in a humble attitude and a giving spirit.
After a substantial career with Bank of America, Bill Bridges lends his business expertise to help others take their next financial leap
Backed by a life of experience, Dr. Brenda Thames bridges the gap between health care providers and educators
Honoring his humble roots, DJ Rama of Auro Hotels instills a philanthropic mission in his company
Greenville’s United Ministries works tirelessly to help others help themselves