You may not be completely aware of all of the volunteer opportunities available right here in Greenville! Helping others is something all of us should do – and these are some great ways to get involved, help our community, and bring a difference to those around us.
Hugs for Hounds is an organization devoted to rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of unwanted/uncared for Giant Breed Dogs and All Breed Puppies.
Hands On Greenville was founded ten years ago in response to this challenge, with the goal of creating, organizing, and leading meaningful service projects that positively impact Greenville County. For additional information, visit our website to see open volunteer opportunities in Greenville, SC.
The Greenville Literacy Association provides quality adult education in a flexible and comfortable environment. It is our goal to provide affordable and effective help for all people – no matter what your income or education level. Greenville Literacy Association’s mission is to enrich our community by increasing the literacy and employability of our citizens.
The Greenville Literacy Association is a not for profit, charitable organization formed under Section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the Greenville Literacy Association are tax-deductible as charitable contributions for US federal income tax purposes.
GLA promotes an inclusive and welcoming environment for all. We strive to be a community where people of different cultures, intellectual positions, and lifestyles can come to learn and give back to the community. GLA provides educational opportunities and support services on an individual basis including participants with disabilities such as learning, physical, emotional and mental. Through local partnerships, we do our best to provide wrap-around services to encourage stabilization, including referrals to partner agencies, based on students’ needs and goals.
United Ministries is an extension of the servant ministry of local cooperating congregations. United Ministries assists poor people in emerging from hurting situations by providing for basic needs and by creating environments which allow people to make positive life changes.
The Down Syndrome Family Alliance
The Down Syndrome Family Alliance has various volunteer opportunities throughout the year, specifically at our annual Buddy Walk in October. Volunteers can contact us to get involved on our website or by emailing email@example.com.
SAFE Homes – Rape Crisis Coalition
SAFE Home – Rape Crisis serves Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties, giving help, support, and emergency shelter to victims of rape and domestic violence and their children. Our organization has several open volunteer opportunities ranging from crisis line operators to thrift store volunteers. Visit our website for additional information and to begin the application process.
Things To Do Around Greenville!
$100,000. That’s how much Greenville Women Giving awarded to Conestee Nature Preserve to support the buildout of the preserve’s Nature Playscape. The “playground without playground equipment” will be designed for children to interact with nature. The grant will cover 50% of the playscape project. ?
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate welcomes its newest exhibit, “Wheels on the Ground” on Sat., June 4. The exhibit, which covers 2,000 sqft on the main floor, will provide children with an opportunity to interact with the auto racing + automotive industry, with sections like a pit crew station. (Greenville News)
The YMCA of Greenville is offering three different types of aquatics camps this summer, in which campers will learn swimming skills based on their current abilities. Interested? Register here.*
Still looking for activities to fill up your child’s summer schedule? Look no further. UofSC’s Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series allows academically talented students in grades 6-12 to get a taste of college life at UofSC through educational programs on campus. Registration is limited. Learn more + apply. ?
Garden Jubilee | Sat., May 28-Sun., May 29 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | Main St., Downtown Hendersonville, NC | Free | This two-day garden and plant event features 200+ plant and craft vendors including local and regional nurseries.
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