Teams competed in events such as natural gas meter setup, pipe cutting, and hand digging.
Helping low- and moderate-income make repairs that allow them to stay in their homes is the Greenville Housing Fund’s newest way to address affordable housing.
The next time a motel is condemned in Greenville, local government and nonprofit organizations have a plan to help residents who abruptly find themselves without a place to live.
While the demand for MHAGC’s crisis services continues to increase, a lack of resources, compounded by funding cuts and volunteer shortages, has posed challenges for the agency.
"Santos was in remission for about a week when Habitat called, and I told my son that God had answered our prayers."
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Carolinas (RMHCC), which assists the families of sick or critically injured children by providing housing, meals, transportation, and other support, has been facing an unprecedented demand for its services.
Having dependable access to pads, tampons, and other feminine hygiene products is a necessity for any woman who gets a period. But across the country, many homeless and economically disadvantaged women find themselves without these products.
Former Clemson football players Ben Boulware and Mike Williams are teaming up for an evening to deliver an important message off the field.
On March 1, DNA Creative Communications, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greenville, the United Way of Greenville County, and the Hollingsworth Funds, will host Creating Greenville’s Nonprofit Landscape, a free event to kick off the 2017 Shine the Light nonprofit leadership series.
Hollywild Animal Park, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Wellford, S.C., that shelters and cares for “nearly 500 non-releasable animals native to five world continents” has recently been awarded an Americorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team to work on an infrastructure project.
Greenville’s Salvation Army’s headquarters is expanding, driving the North Main community to confront the area’s uneasy relationship with the homeless and indigent.
State Farm recently donated $10,000 in a matching grant to the Clemson University Habitat for Humanity campus chapter.
Up to 30 women can live together in the historic home on Pendleton Street, where they will contribute to the household, find work and participate in a 12-step program
The donation was made possible through the Woodlands’ annual Festival of Trees fundraiser
The Blood Connection and Clemson University have chartered the first Donors for Life club, a student-led club that encourages blood donation.