Impact - 2007

Greenville Women Giving seeks to fund worthy projects that have the potential for high impact and significant positive change in our community.

YWCA

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $25,000

GWG funds will be used to help cover operational expenses during the yW Empowerment Center's inaugural year.

Loaves and Fishes

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $27,962

GWG funds will be applied to update and re-structure the organization's wireless communication system in order to streamline and facilitate the logistics of picking up and delivering perishable food.

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Greenville Rape Crisis and Child Abuse Center

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $25,000

GWG funds will help purchase a colposcope (a digital image documentation system) with state-of-the-art features which will allow accurate non-invasive, child-friendly exams conducted at the GRCCAC Center.

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Greenville Literacy Organization

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $27,000

GWG will fund the Syllabus Strategies Project, the first comprehensive revision of GLA's ESL Curriculum Guides since 2001.

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GAIHN – Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $25,000

GWG will help fund the “Sharing Hospitality with Homeless Families: Transitional Housing Collaborative”, a part of GAIHN’s 2010 Plan. Under this collaborative, $25,000 of GWG funds will be matched by $75,000 from the SC Housing Trust Fund to purchase one transitional house or duplex.

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Conestee Foundation

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $29,453

GWG will fund a one-mile portion of the Phase II Trail System, coupled with either a footbridge across the Reedy River linking this system with the Phase I Trails, or an observation deck with educational kiosks on the shore of the east bay of Lake Conestee.

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Clement’s Kindness Fund for the Children

Year Granted:

Grant Amount: $25,585

GWG funds will be applied to forms of assistance that include a school re-entry program to prepare children for returning to the school environment, family and teenager support events, and psychological testing materials that will allow counseling to be integrated into treatment plans.

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