Broadstreet, Inc., a Greenville-based private equity firm, hosted several local Upstate businesses on November 2 at Flour Field for a flag football tournament that raised $30,000 for Sunday Dinner with a Twist, a local nonprofit with a mission to feed the homeless community and offer basic needs for survival in their current sit[...]
Nonprofit Will Receive $50,000 in Grant Support and Virtual Leadership Training to Advance Economic Mobility in the Upstate GREENVILLE – Bank of America today announced Rebuild Upstate as the 2023 Neighborhood Champion® awardee for their work advancing economic mobility and building up underserved neighborhoods in the Upstate[...]
Spartanburg, S.C. – United Way of the Piedmont (UWP) announces the release of an updated guide to behavioral health services in Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties. This is a project of the United Way’s Behavioral Health Task Force (BHTF). The BHTF is a task force of agencies and community leaders who meet to determine[...]
Greenville, S.C. – With a celebration event held yesterday that drew more than 150 conservationists and civic and community leaders from across S.C., Naturaland Trust – a nonprofit land conservation trust established in 1973 by Greenville native Tommy Wyche – honored the Trust’s 50 years of protecting special, wild and o[...]
A YMCA of Greenville branch is expanding its recreational facility. The Caine Halter Family YMCA launched the public phase of Building a Brighter Tomorrow, a $6 million capital campaign.
The organization started as a means to address needs and provide resources to smaller entrepreneurs that were leading, scaling and growing companies that banded together, wanting to learn from one another.
The new hire replaces Erin Ouzts, who volunteered for 10 years before officially creating the role in 2019.
A Greenville woman who proved her dedication to her country and her family has been named the 2022 Goodwill Industries International Veteran of the Year.
It all began a decade ago with a pre-set stage.Peter Laroque, president of TD Synnex North America, kept the venue selected for his company’s 2011 Inspire conference just a few days longer than usual.
OneSpartanburg Inc. recognized community leaders, local businesses and a year’s worth of success in business, economic and tourism development at the annual celebration Showcasing Spartanburg.
Wyche is celebrating a century of practicing law by providing the cash for someone in the state to take part in one of South Carolina’s most prestigious and unique fellowship programs.
The Greenville Chamber’s leadership elected Jessica Donan as chair-elect of its board of directors and has added seven new board members for the upcoming year.