COVID-19 and Greenville County

COVID-19 is affecting every community in the United States. Here’s how Greenville’s philanthropic sector is responding.

COVID-19 has closed our schools, our restaurants and bars, and many businesses and nonprofits in Greenville County.  Read more about the CARES Act and what it is providing to South Carolinians…

COVID-19 Community Relief Fund

The United Way of Greenville County has launched a fund to assist Greenville County’s most vulnerable neighbors with the resources they need during this time.  Click here to donate and to view the United Way’s rich repository of local information and activity.

CommunityWorks Carolina COVID-19 Loan funds

CommunityWorks Carolina is offering low interest loans to businesses, nonprofits, and individuals affected by COVID closures. Donors can invest in CommunityWorks so that their funds are loaned to fellow neighbors and provide a backstop for CommunityWorks in case of default.

COVID updates for funders and nonprofits

Since mid-March 2020, GPP has held regular meetings and webinars for its members and – at times – nonprofit organizations in Greenville County. Read about these sessions and view videos on the Furthering Philanthropy blog.

Greenville County CARES funding for nonprofits

Greenville County received $91 million in Coronavirus Relief Funds through the CARES Act. Nonprofits and small businesses can apply for reimbursement for PPE, sanitizing, teleworking provisions, and more.