Bank of America Fall for Greenville has awarded more than $30,000 through its Fall for Giving grant program to six local nonprofit organizations that impact areas of culinary and food, cultural diversity, family and music.
“Bank of America Fall for Greenville is committed to supporting local organizations that enhance the lives of those who live and work in Greenville,” said Megan E. Finnern, 2020 Fall for Greenville board chair. “The continued success of the festival allows us to give back even more, providing funds that make meaningful impacts in our community.”
Loaves & Fishes, Pendleton Place, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Greenville Technical College’s Fall for Greenville Culinary Arts Institute Scholarship Endowment Fund, The Family Effect, and Rebuild Upstate all received donations from Fall for Giving.
Since 2005, Bank of America Fall for Greenville has donated more than $750,000 to more than 30 local charities.
This year’s festival will begin with a free concert on Oct. 8 and continue through Oct. 11. Festival taste tickets will be available to purchase online starting Aug. 3 at www.fallforgreenville.net.