First Impression of South Carolina would like to help honor our community partners. Without their help, we would not be able to touch the lives of those in need in our community. Here you will find a collection of individuals & businesses who are happily helping others in our community.
Boot Print is a non-profit organization in South Carolina where the well-being of our military community is at the forefront of our mission. Our programs, projects, and activities are designed to be a catalyst that unite our community resources to eliminate barrier that any military member, their family, and our veterans face so they can reach their goals and fulfill their potential.
Goodwill Industries International Inc., often shortened in speech and writing to Goodwill, is an American nonprofit 501 organization that provides job training, employment placement services, and other community-based programs for people who have barriers to their employment
CommunityWorks is a Community Development Financial Institution committed to financial equity. We are a non-profit organization that provides resources supporting small business growth, entrepreneurship, affordable housing, and homeownership, leading to stronger and more just communities.
While affordable housing is the cornerstone of a healthy community, strong community partnerships make it possible for GCRA to conduct beautification and public works projects such as improving streets, installing sidewalks, community lighting plans, drainage and sewer improvements, and community greenspace, which are important assets of a safe and beautiful community.
We believe access to fresh, affordable food should not be limited by where you live or how much you make. That's why we're working to make it easier for families in our state to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables on a daily basis. Join us in the FoodShare South Carolina movement to ensure fresh, healthy food access for all.
Mill Village Farms
We provide access to healthy produce for all and serve as a food system educational resource. We offer our farm-fresh foods to your backyard through our local popup markets & FoodShare in Greenville. We grow development and employment for community youth, empowering students with experiences in sustainable agriculture, job training, and life skills.
Ensuring Greenville achieves housing affordability solutions to meet the diverse needs of our growing economy and thriving community. Our coalition members represent over fifty organizations in the affordable housing sector: private and non-profit developers, government and neighborhood leaders, and citizens.