Greenville Women Giving is a philanthropic organization founded on the idea that collectively, women can make a real difference.
Organization’s founders step back as four co-chairs chart the future. Read more. Please find additional coverage below: Greenville Journal GSA Biz Wire Greenville CEORead More
Please find links to press articles highlighting our 2017 Annual Meeting and Grant Awardees below: Mental Health Crisis Line, June 13, 2017 Urban League of the Upstate, May 24, 2017 Greenville Business Magazine, May 19, 2017 Upstate Forever, May 10, 2017 UpstateBizSC, May 10, 2017 The Clutch, May 10, 2017 Greenville Journal, May 10, 2017...Read More
Total Grants Surpass $4.8 Million GREENVILLE, S.C. — Greenville Women Giving, a 550-member local philanthropic organization, awarded a record-setting $613,485 in grants last evening during its annual meeting at the Hyatt Regency downtown, sponsored by GSP International Airport and Charles Schwab & Co. Since its founding in 2006, Greenville Women Giving has granted more than...Read More
GREENVILLE, SC – As Governor Nikki Haley prepared to leave office, she awarded the Order of the Silver Crescent to three Greenville community leaders – Frances Ellison, Harriet Goldsmith and Sue Priester. The Order of the Silver Crescent is the state’s highest civilian award for significant contributions, leadership, volunteerism, and lifelong influence within a region...Read More
Greenville Women Giving has released its 2016/2017 Annual Report featuring 2017 grant recipients.Read More
The Mill Village Farms program received a 2015 GWG grant of $61,000 to provide stipends for at-risk youth and their adult supervisors. Founded in 2012, Mill Village Farms hires youth who attend weekly classes as they plant, tend, grow and market food in Greenville County’s food deserts.The youth work alongside adult supervisors who teach and...Read More
Were it not for a “mere girl,” South Carolina may not have the proud history of its powerful role in creating the economic foundation for this nation. That’s according to Darla Moore, the first woman to have a major business school (at The University of South Carolina) named in her honor. That “mere girl,” as...Read More