Foundation / Corporation
Grants starting at $15,000 to Greenville County, South Carolina nonprofit organizations for programs that encourage upward economic mobility for low-income residents. Applicants must schedule a phone call with the Foundation at least 10 days before the LOI deadline. Funding is specifically intended for programs that address education, housing, employment, arts and culture, and cross-sector issues such as transportation systems and healthcare availability.
Increasing Housing Affordability: Increasing housing affordability through the development of stronger mixed-income communities and the preservation of existing housing stock.
Improving School Quality Across the Educational Continuum: Improving school quality across the educational continuum by preparing children to enter school ready to succeed, graduate from high school, and attain a post-secondary degree.
Reducing the Income Inequality Gap: Reducing the income inequality gap by enhancing access to livable wage jobs that lead to a successful career.
Exploring Family Structure and Social Capital: Learning more about the role of family structure and social capital in improving economic mobility.
Addressing Cross-Sector Issues: Addressing cross-sector issues that impact mobility, like improving our transportation system or broadening access to quality healthcare for the under/uninsured.
Supporting Arts and Cultural Institutions: Supporting arts and cultural institutions that have a significant creative, social and economic impact on our community.
All types of grant requests are considered including general operating, capital and project support.
GrantWatch ID#: 177759
The Foundation will consider grant requests of all sizes and does not have a specific minimum or maximum. The median grant size is currently $50,000 with a range from $15,000 to $500,000.
The majority of grants are made for a period of one year with an option to renew annually based on performance. Multi-year grants are also provided to selected nonprofit partners on a case-by-case basis.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To schedule an introductory call, contact:
Tamela Spann, Manager, Strategic Initiatives
Hollingsworth Funds, Inc.
124 Verdae Boulevard, Suite 502
Greenville, SC 29607
USA: South Carolina: Greenville County