Bob Morris, president of the Community Foundation, lends a hand to provide
another home for a family in Greenville County through the CEO Build
for Habitat for Humanity.  

Community Foundation of Greenville

Community Foundation of Greenville
630 East Washington Street, Suite A
Greenville, SC 29601

  • Phone: 864-233-5925
  • Fax: 864-242-9292

The success of the Community Foundation has always been defined by the tangible benefits we deliver to the people of Greenville County. Through our donors and an exceptional network of local organizations, we are proud to help great things happen in Greenville.

News & Events

  • Arts Initiative in the Village of West Greenville

    The Community Foundation of Greenville donated $100,000 to help Clemson University's Center for Visual Arts expand into West Greenville. "Clemson University supports a growing creative community and will increase the economic development for the surrounding neighborhoods," said Bob Morris, president of the Community Foundation.  The grant is partnered with a lease for a facility currently located in the Village of West Greenville along Pendleton Street. Clemson announced plans in August to open the art center.

  • Scholarship applications are now available online.

  • Grantmaking Deadlines:
      Walter D. Johnson Trust Grants: Sept. 30, 2015 at 4:00 pm
      Capacity Building Opportunity Grants: Oct. 1, 2015 at midnight

News Archive

Annual Report

Philanthropy in Action, our 2015 Report to the Community & 2014 Annual Report, is available online.  This report features three donor stories, our financials, and information about our funds.  We thank Shay Kingsland, a local photographer, for capturing these images to share with you!  If you'd like to receive a copy by mail, please call us at 864.233.5925 or e-mail

Giving Matters

The 2015 Spring Newsletter features Millie and Wilson Wearn's bequest to benefit Greenville,  a conversation with the first recipient of the Alice Watkins scholarship, and recognizes Tribute Gifts. 

Making a Difference

James E. Jolley, local philanthropist, leaves lasting gift to the Community Foundation and United Way.