Genevieve Dallmeyer & Urvi Patel
This January 16th, join us in being part of the change by volunteering within your community through the United Way of the Piedmont. Read more here!
A special guest blog post from Jason Lewis, a personal trainer here in Spartanburg, about way senior can stay active and well, mentally and physically. Information about Middle Tyger Community Center's Senior Program ends the post.
In 2011, Piedmont Care decided it was time to add our own visual reminder to the AIDS Memorial Quilt as a tribute to our clients and our mission. Local artist Sabrina Myers donated her time and talent to design and create our quilt panel, which was unveiled at our 2011 World AIDS Day events.
Carolina Clay Artists will give TOTAL Ministries $33,000 as the result of the 2016 Hub City Empty Bowls project.
Safe Homes Rape Crisis Coalition just graduated 11 new volunteers to work on the organization"s crisis line! New volunteers complete a comprehensive training that introduces them to resources related to sexual assault and domestic violence, and familiarizes volunteers with the protocol for answering and responding to phones calls on the crisis line. Congratulations to all the new SHRCC Volunteers!
Addie Nottingham, AmeriCorps VISTA at KNOW(2) Cherokee
As a communications professional, I understand the importance of establishing relationships with community stakeholders, but I did not truly understand the importance of these mutually beneficial relationships until I began to immerse myself in the community I am working with. Check out the rest of my story here!
Healthy Smiles of Spartanburg, Inc.'s mission is centered on advocating and promoting the health of children in Spartanburg County through dental screenings, education, and free oral health care services for qualifying children.
The Congregational Nursing Program is devoted to creating a positive impact in the church and faith communities by ensuring that quality medical care is provided to church members over the course of their life span, by working to create stronger connections between churches across the denominations, and ensuring that participating nurses are kept abreast of new resources and community referrals to best serve their church members. The nurses who are a part of this network are focused on providing intentional care of the mind, body, and spirit.