At United Way, our work starts with identifying the needs of our neighbors, and the resources available to meet those needs. Through community partnerships and data analysis, we continue to discover how local trends are impacting families and individuals across Greenville County.
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2021 Report to the Community
Our Annual Report highlights the accomplishments achieved over the past year At United Way of Greenville County, our community impact comes from you. You’re the driving force behind our work. Your actions change lives. And you have the power to build a better Greenville County for all. In 2021, you did just that.
Neighborhood Change in Greenville Study
Commissioned through Furman University and the first of its kind to blend qualitative feedback from community members with quantitative, searchable online data, this study details the changing landscape of Greenville County’s growing population and potential future implications.
Self-Sufficiency Standard for South Carolina
The United Way of South Carolina published this report in an effort to ensure that the best data and analyses are available to enable South Carolina families and individuals to make progress toward real economic security. You can also click here to access the Self-Suffiency Standard calculator.
Racial Equity Index
There are strong ties between economic mobility and racial equity. Greenville County is thriving, but not for all its residents. In fact, we are worse than almost every county in the nation for helping poor and minority children out of poverty and up the economic mobility ladder.
Community Needs Assessment
Greenville County is growing quickly — and every day it seems national media outlets recognize us for our successes. However, many people are being left behind in this growth. Learn more about how our community’s growth has impacted local families and individuals.
The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in Greenville County tested our community in new ways, and at a scale not experienced in many years, if ever before. Learn more about our response — the successes, overall impact and opportunities for improvement as we continue to work toward recovery more than one year later.