Fund Holder Portal

We are pleased to offer our fund holders the opportunity to access their fund information online, including processing grant requests and printing statements.

Coming soon!

The setup process is easy. Once you have registered and been approved, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from us. If you need  assistance, please contact us at (864) 233 -5925.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Why should I set up my Fund Holder Portal account?

The portal is the fastest and most efficient way to manage your fund(s) at CFG. The portal is secure, and enables you to see contributions, request a grant or print a statement at any time.

What if I have several funds at CFG?

If you have multiple funds at CFG, you will see them in the drop down menu once you have signed into the donor portal. Choose which account you’d like to view.

What if I do not want to access my account online?

Use of the portal is not required. You are welcome to continue using our established system of paper or emailed grant requests, and to receive your quarterly statement of activity in the mail.

Can I make wire transfers, stock donations or donations by check through the portal?

No, the portal cannot be used for wire transfers, stock or check donations. Those donations will still be processed through the Community Foundation’s office. For stock or wire transfer instructions, please contact Sharon at (864) 233-5925.

If you would like to make a donation to add money to your fund, or any fund at CFG, using a credit card, you will need to go through CFG’s website which doesn’t require a login.  Any credit card processing fee will be charged to your fund, so you may wish to mail a check instead.

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