Furthering Philanthropy

Stay in tune with the pulse of philanthropy in Greenville by reading our latest blog updates.
  • Greenville County’s New Emergency Rental Assistance Program from GPP – Greenville Philanthropy on Vimeo. Counties with population of 200,000 people or more received Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds from the federal government, and Greenville County received $15.8 million. These funds are to help households affected......

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  • Leaning in – Our COVID Response Is More Important Now Than Ever from GPP – Greenville Philanthropy on Vimeo. When the calendar flipped from 2020 to 2021, most of us were unable to view the new year as a time of change and renewal. COVID......

  • When 2020 began, we at Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy were ready to take on some ambitious goals. We wrapped up our strategic direction setting, which included plans for a closer partnership with the NonProfit Alliance, work on equity, boosting impact investing activity, encouraging members to......

  •   Today, Greenville County announced a second round of funding for nonprofits in Greenville County.  Nicole Wood and Meredith Papapieris with Greenville County joined a special meeting of Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy and the NonProfit Alliance to share details (slide deck for presentation). This new......

  • Update on Greenville County CARES Act Funding from GPP – Greenville Philanthropy on Vimeo. As we’ve previously reported, Greenville County received $91 million in Coronavirus Relief Funds from the CARES Act to be used to “navigate the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak,” according to the......

  • The decisions made by Greenville County Council are critical to the philanthropic and nonprofit sector in Greenville County, as well as the communities they serve. Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy, NonProfit Alliance, and United Way of Greenville County hosted Greenville County Council candidates in a virtual......

  • Like business large and small and families across the country, nonprofits have been through the wringer over the last six months.  Closures and reopenings with health and safety protocols, loss of revenue, facing a reckoning with racial injustice and systemic racism – and dealing with......

  • Greenville County’s Nonprofit Institutions Need “All Hands On Deck” College of Charleston’s Riley Center for Livable Communities and Together SC Survey Findings Underscores Needs and Resilience  CHARLESTON, SC, September 18, 2020  Today, the College of Charleston, Together SC, SC Grantmakers Network and funding partners release......

  • Back on June 30th, we hosted a webinar featuring Nicole Wood and Meredith Papapieris with Greenville County to discuss funds available to nonprofits and small business for COVID recovery.  Since the applications opened on July 2nd, only 41 nonprofit organizations have applied for a total......

  • In a recent GPP and NPA session on strategic partnerships, Tony McDade, the newly retired Executive Director of United Ministries, shared that he thinks of a strategic partnership as 1 + 1 = 3.  That’s the outcome he believes resulted from the merger of the......

  • Greenville County Schools received the executive order from Governor Henry McMaster on Sunday, March 15th that it was to move to virtual school because of COVID-19 pandemic (on March 16th, South Carolina had 53 positive cases and two deaths). Since that time, Greenville County Schools......