Fall for Greenville board members have announced Bank of America as the 2019 title sponsor for the festival.

The fall festival will be held in downtown Greenville from Oct. 10-13. Attendees of Fall for Greenville will enjoy an array of dining options and live music.

The board members also stated they will award $45,200 to six nonprofit organizations through the Fall for Giving program. This program was made in order to support nonprofits that are involved in culinary arts, music, and family.

The Fall for Giving awards will be presented to Gateway House, Inc. ($20,000), The Salvation Army ($11,000), Greenville Technical College ($5,000), Thrive Upstate ($5,000),  Boy Scout Troop 266 at St. Giles Presbyterian Church ($2,400), and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate Inc ($1,800).

Additionally, Fall for Greenville has donated over $680,000 to local charities in the past 15 years.

“Bank of America is excited to help support Fall for Greenville. Not only is it a beautiful way to showcase our amazing city, but it also benefits dozens of local nonprofit organizations,” Stacy Brandon, president for Bank of America in the Upstate, said in the press release. “Every day, the Bank of America team is working to give our customers and the community the power to improve and reach their goals. We are thrilled to be part of this year’s event and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.”





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