Vibrant and Equitable Communities

All communities must be safe, thriving, and equitable. Residents must feel valued and empowered. Our most vulnerable neighbors must have their basic needs met, community stakeholders must work collaboratively, and policy and advocacy efforts must be centered around significant systems change to help move individuals and families out of poverty. Programs include basic needs services: food, shelter, health.

 

FUNDED PARTNERS & PROGRAMS

Behavioral Health Coalition
Compass of Carolina

Greenville Housing Fund
Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board
Greenville Free Medical Clinic
Greenville Homeless Alliance
Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy
Institute for Child Success
Loaves and Fishes
Meals on Wheels of Greenville
Mental Health America of Greenville County
Meyer Center for Special Children
New Horizon Family Health Services
New Mind Health and Care
NonProfit Alliance
Project Host
Root & Rebound
Safe Harbor
Senior Action
Step By Step Ministry Hope Project
Taylors Free Medical Clinic
The Salvation Army
United Housing Connections
Unity Health on Main