Greenville Journal article — Giving Matters: Greenville’s generosity matched by nonprofits’ ingenuity in 2021

The Greenville Journal has published an article about charitable giving to the Community Foundation of Greenville during 2021, which was a record-breaking year for the group.

“Greenville’s ongoing commitment to charitable giving means more funding for nonprofits like Triune Mercy Center, Habitat for Humanity and Homes of Hope that provide for basic needs like food and shelter. It allows us to make more grants to the many organizations that serve children, families and education like Nicholtown Child and Family Collaborative, Pleasant Valley Connection, and Project HOPE Foundation. Throughout the year we work with our donors to continue to support the causes they care about, from Conestee Nature Preserve to the Warehouse Theatre.”

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