Join our thread of local organizations in and around the Upstate as we celebrate Pridefest 2022 organized by Pridefest Collaborative.
This event is FREE to attend and all of our friends and allies are invited to share in celebrating together. We will have family fun, activity stations, delicious food, and live DJ music! You don’t want to miss it.
The Eating Recovery Center excel as the most comprehensive treatment program in the country for patients who struggle with eating disorders and related conditions.
Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center offers higher levels of care for adults, adolescents and children whose symptoms are significantly impacting their ability to lead the life they desire
COVE is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to increasing voter participation in Greenville, South Carolina. We do this by registering new voters on college campuses, at church events, and anywhere else we can set up a table. Please click below to find an event that works with your schedule, and sign up to register new SC voters. If you’re unfamiliar with the process, we offer a quick (yet thorough) training class for FREE.
Local to #Greenville, this brotherly duo can be found all over the globe moving audiences with their synchronized, energetic sound of looped melody combined with live electric violin. Enjoy them live from 2:30-3p!
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Caregiver Connections in South Carolina is a virtual support group for those caring for a loved one with an eating disorder. Margaret Yeakel and Karen McMullen, both in Columbia, host this monthly meeting and also know the journey of supporting a loved one in recovery. While it is based in South Carolina, it is available to anyone with access to Zoom.
The Greenville Police Department is proud to support our community and local charitable organizations through participation in various outreach activities and fundraising.
There are many ways in which we support the community, and many ways for the community to support us. If you want to make a donation for use by the Greenville Police Department, you may donate to the Greenville Police Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
ReCraft diverts quality, reusable materials from the landfill by collecting from generous Upstate manufacturers, retailers, institutions, and households. Our volunteers sort, store, and redistribute those materials to schools and festivals, makers and crafters, professional artists, and even tourists visiting from Charlotte. With a little imagination, the possibilities for our unique materials are endless!