2015 Capacity Building Grants
We are proud to provide capacity building grants to the following organizations:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate, Inc.--$10,000
Funding will provide initial website implementation and one-year of website hosting to improve organizational fundraising capacity and increase sustainability.
Greenville Free Medical Clinic--$20,000
Funding will support a strategic plan to implement a sustainable business model that addresses branding, messaging, and communication with patients, volunteers, and donors in an evolving healthcare environment.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County--$14,300
Funding will be used to purchase computers, equipment, and materials needed to maximize volunteer management, utilization of resources and organizational effectiveness.
Loaves & Fishes--$7,671
The grant will be used for the redesign of the website and for the purchase of a copier to increase operational effectiveness and strengthen marketing efforts.
Pendleton Place, Inc.--$18,800
Funding will be used to implement an agency-wide phone and IT infrastructure upgrade to provide administrative mobility, systems, and improved organizational efficiency.
Safe Harbor, Inc.--$14,229
The grant will fund technology upgrades to improve service delivery to domestic violence victims. Upgrades include wireless internet for all facilities, IT set-up and support and the replacement of outdated computers.
South Carolina Childrenís Theatre--$10,000
Funding will assist in the execution of a capital campaign feasibility study designed to gauge potential for success and potential fundraising objectives in building a children's theatre in downtown Greenville.
Taylors Free Medical Clinic--$5,000
The grant will provide funds to purchase computers and software to improve donor management proficiency and increase the organization's capacity to meet the needs of patients more efficiently.