Rebuild Upstate will repair homes for at least 15 veterans with disabilities at no cost to them over the next three years due to a new grant.
The Board of Rebuild Upstate has chosen Jake Beaty as its new full-time CEO to lead the nonprofit in serving low-income homeowners with repairs and accessibility improvements to create safe, livable housing in existing homes and neighborhoods in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee counties.
Greenville Women Giving, a philanthropic women’s collective giving organization, has awarded Rebuild Upstate with a two year grant totaling $100,000.
The Greenville Area Parkinson Society (GAPS) will be hosting a Member Celebration event later this month as a cap to its spring fundraising drive.
He will announce a new workforce scholarship initiative, AFL Global.
Electric City Playhouse in Anderson is presenting the 9/11 drama, “The Guys”
The Reedy Reels Film Festival has announced a schedule that features plenty of interesting events sure to draw in any film lover next month.
Upstate nonprofits and local businesses come together to help a veteran and his family in need in Anderson County.