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Greenville Federal Credit Union is awarding grants to local teachers

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Calling all local teachers: Grant applications are now open for the 2023-24 school year.

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Greenville Federal Credit Union has announced it will award $500 grants to 10 Greenville County Schools teachers for the 2023-24 school year. This grant program is designed to help teachers fund projects and needs within their classrooms.

Know a teacher who could benefit? Applications are open now through July 31. Grant winners will be announced and awarded the second week of August, with checks mailed directly to the winners’ schools.

Learn more and apply

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