Every year, the Y’s Annual Campaign has one goal: To improve the lives of thousands of people across Greenville County.
Benefiting the Greenville Humane Society, the Papa Johns Mutt Strut is fun for adults, kids, and four-legged friends alike.
Scoops, a Rhea at the Greenville Zoo, lost part of his beak saving his sister.
The annual food and wine festival features events similar to the main euphoria festival, which will take place Sept. 19-22. Proceeds from euphoria events support local nonprofits that fight food insecurity in Greenville.
The Moveville challenge is helping move the Upstate, one step at a time.
Here’s a fun way to fill your child’s summer schedule.
The Greenville Homeless Alliance asked local artist Ninja Picasso to create “Seen-Heard-Valued,” a mural that “depicts stories of hope from people who have experienced homelessness in the city.”
If you’re looking for a recipient for your end-of-the-year giving, consider a contribution to ACH to support developmentally-challenged children and their families.
This 80-year-old American Beech tree has been a staple of downtown and has been recognized as a Heritage Tree.
“The Lovely Adventures of Lulu” chronicles the traveling adventures of Lulu, a 9-year-old pup. A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to the Greenville Humane Society.
From restaurants and retail to venues and vehicle washing, our friends at Upstate Business Journal put together a list of local businesses that give back to the Upstate community.
Meals on Wheels of Greenville will host its fourth annual decorating competition to raise $50K to provide holiday gift bags for its ~1,500 homebound clients.
Did you know? A $25 donation can provide a week’s worth of food for a local family.
Cardboard, as opposed to plastic or metal, is the best way to transport flamingos, and Greenville Zoo received 15 boxes of these pink feathered cuties.
Presented by the American Institute of Architects, the PAWchitecture pet furniture competition will raise money for Greenville County Animal Care.
The Mill Village Ministries building in the Village of West Greenville will support the efforts of the organization’s four nonprofits.
Actions both big and small have a profound effect on the health of the Reedy River — here’s how locals can help protect water quality.
Coinciding with MAC’s 50th anniversary, the trustees of the Graham Foundation awarded the arts fund its largest single donation to support its artist grant program and SmartARTS educational partnership.
Open and honest communication is essential for helping kids + teens make better decisions.
The “Inspire Courage” capital campaign was launched by the hospital to raise $6 million for Prisma’s new unit to add inpatient rooms, an expanded playroom, and a “respite space” for parents.
Donating all proceeds to GOAT, a non-profit helping underserved kids, Mountain Goat is making a difference, one authentic Belgian waffle at a time.
ReCraft, Greenville’s one-of-a-kind community center, is open in its new location and wants to celebrate with you.
You’re more likely to find baby animals in need this summer, so be informed about how your intervention can help (or harm) local wildlife in need.
Make your mark on Greenville’s community by submitting a proposal for the 50th anniversary of Leadership Greenville.
The Henderson Meadow Interpretative Pollinator (HIP) Garden, located in Conestee Nature Preserve in Greenville, SC, features pollinating flowers and was created in partnership with The Bee Cause Project and South Carolina 4-H.
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