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2022 Report to the Community
Tremendous leadership, generous support and steadfast community action spurred on United Way’s work in Greenville County for the last 100 years—and we are proud to be here today, continuing to serve the people of this community. Through your support and partnership in 2022, we changed thousands of lives across Greenville County.
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.
ALICE Report for South Carolina
We all know people who are ALICE: Asset-Limited, Income-Constrained, Employed—earning more than the Federal Poverty Level, yet not enough to afford basic expenses for themselves or their families. ALICE is reshaping the conversation around household income and the affordability of basic needs.
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.
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.