As of May 2023, Habitat Greenville has completed the construction of 405 homes.
The percussive rhythm of hammers and periodic screech of saws are common sounds across the Upstate, but in Nicholtown the sounds ring out with added resonance. It’s a signal of…
Since opening in 1985, Habitat Greenville has built over 405 homes.
Leading the effort is Joseph Fields, recently brought on as Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County’s vice president of equity.
The house in Nicholtown’s Heritage Hills community also serves as a symbol of community between people of different faith traditions.
Members of the Abrahamic faiths -- Islam, Judaism, and Christianity -- will work together over the next 12 weeks until the Habitat house is complete.
DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTH ‘Bowl and Brew’ to benefit Center for Developmental Services Hosted by the Upstate’s Center for Developmental Services, the “Bowl and Brew” from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, May 23, will benefit…
GRANT APPLICATION Partnership for Tomorrow announces the Make Greer Great Grant Accepting applications for funding until Nov. 2, the Partnership for Tomorrow’s Make Greer Great Grant program offers a maximum…
HEALTH Autism podcast launches Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health has announced the launch of “Converge Autism Radio,” a podcast in conjunction with Mental Health News Radio. The free weekly program features…
Highlights from our community
Habitat for Humanity International supporters from around the country converged in Greenville July 20 for the official launch of chef Roshara Sanders’ partnership as celebrity ambassador.
Simpsonville City Council will revisit a proposal to bring residential housing to a 5-acre tract at the end of Beattie Street during its meeting Tuesday.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County and Upstate Publix associates recently came together to raise the walls on a home for the Hernandez family.
State Farm recently donated $10,000 in a matching grant to the Clemson University Habitat for Humanity campus chapter.
Greenville County marked the loss of an influential and admirable member of the community with the Feb. 8 death of Joe Barron, 64.