The Greenville Drive recently donated $5,000 from its “Safe at Home” T-shirt initiative to the United Way of Greenville County’s COVID-19 Community Relief Fund.
Since the inception of the program in late March until the end of the campaign on May 15, the Drive sold more than 200 “Safe at Home” T-shirts.
“It’s a privilege for the Drive to work directly with Meghan [Barp] and the United Way team on creative and impactful ways to give back to the community during this challenging time for everyone,” said Drive president and owner Craig Brown. “There’s no better example than this simple and creative ‘Safe at Home’ T-shirt initiative, and we’re so grateful for the entire community’s support in helping give back to those who need it most.”
Since March, the COVID-19 Community Relief Fund has raised more than $1 million and has deployed more than $370,000 to provide immediate assistance with food, housing and other needs.
For more information, unitedwaygc.org/response.