By special request from our members, we’ve asked James Campbell with the Well-Being Partnership to join us for an overview of mental and behavioral health, including:
• Identifying a person in need of services
• How to approach the topic
• When and how to refer
• Community Resources
• Challenges in Resource Availability
Many communities of faith in Greenville County give time and money to support local nonprofit organizations.
The members of Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy – foundations, corporate sponsorship programs, and other charitable giving entities – have learned a great deal about effective giving by connecting with each other.
This gathering brings together faith leaders interested in local mission work and local giving to share best practices, ask questions of their peers, and learn more about work in the community around housing, poverty, education, and other issues of interest to congregations in Greenville County.
We welcome any faith community leaders who are interested in strengthening their local impact to join us for an engaging conversation.
Since 2018, Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy and NonProfit Alliance have joined to celebrate summer solstice in recognition of blogger Vu Le’s suggestions that nonprofits and funders get together to socialize and break down barriers. We are excited to host this year’s event at Feed and Seed’s new space! Drop in between 4:30 and 6:30 for fellowship and to learn about new partnerships between GPP and NPA.