Maggie Glasgow, past Co-Chair, Greenville Women Giving; Board Member, Catalist
Helping people—in ways large and small— is in Elizabeth Garrison Rasor’s DNA.
West Greenville School serves students in grades 6–12 from across the county who have significant emotional and behavioral issues.
One time-honored way to promote a brighter future is by making it easier for hardworking young people to further their education. Several individuals, families, and organizations have created endowments through…
Autumn’s brief interlude before the holiday season is a great time to thoughtfully reconsider charitable giving. Contributing to a donor-advised fund is one way to maximize the amount available for…
Former Greenville City Councilwoman Michelle Shain has been named interim president and CEO of The Children’s Museum of the Upstate.
DONATE The Red Cross hosts local blood donation opportunities During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross will encourage eligible donors to give blood. The Red Cross depends…
The Clement’s Kindness Children’s Garden in the Cancer Survivors Park has been named for Dr. William F. Schmidt III, the medical director of the Greenville Health System Children’s Hospital of Greenville.
Eugenia Duke is a saint. Spread the word.
Last Saturday, during a ceremony at Embassy Suites Riverplace, Frances Ellison, Harriet Goldsmith and Sue Priester — co-founders of Greenville Women Giving — were awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent, one of three prestigious Governor’s Awards that “recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the life and well being of South Carolina and her people.”