2014 Fall Newsletter
November 24, 2014 | By Community Foundation of Greenville |
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L i b e r t y F e l l o w s h i p S e l e c t s T w o C F G B o a r d M e m b e r s Liberty Fellowship announced its Class o 2016 and selected Adela Mendoza and Rob Morgan in the diverse group o 22 creative, orward thinking leaders selected rom more than 400 nominations throughout South Carolina. As members o the Community Foundation Board, they have also brought their skills and energy to issues and opportunities we ace in Greenville County. “Every one o these Fellows comes into the program with a strong sense o civic responsibility and proven willingness to tackle tough problems,” said Hayne Hipp, who co-ounded Liberty Fellowship with his wie, Anna Kate, Woord College and The Aspen Institute. Anna Kate Hipp has also served on the Community Foundation Board or six years and as Chair o its Development Committee. Liberty Fellowship seeks to inspire outstanding leadership and commitment that will beneft the state o South Carolina and the personal development o all Liberty Fellows. For more inormation, visit www.libeyfellwhipc.g. adel mendz is Executive Director o the Hispanic Alliance and works to create cultural diversity in the Upstate as well as address the needs o our Hispanic and Latino amilies. rb mgn is a board-certifed anesthesiologist who serves on the Board o Directors or Greenville Anesthesiology, P.A. and is Medical Director o Greenville Healthcare Simulation Center. The sculpture and garden honoring Virginia Uldrick will be dedicated on sepebe 4 5:30 p , culminating a year-long eort by riends o Virginia to recognize her contributions to the arts in Greenville and South Carolina. The ceremony will be held near the statue at the entrance to the South Carolina Governor’s School or the Arts and Humanities in Greenville. The Vissi d’arte Fund Committee thanks all those who helped celebrate Virginia Uldrick’s service to our community with a donation to this und at the Community Foundation o Greenville. Dedication o Virginia Uldrick Sculpture Investing in Capacity Building Capacity building is a broad term that encompasses helping nonprofts to carry out their missions more eectively. That may be through sta training, an up-to- date computer system, new sotware, collaboration with other nonprofts, or using strategic planning to set direction. We believe that improving nonproft organizations will have a positive impact on our community. On September 2nd, the Community Foundation will launch the Capacity Building Opportunity Grants designed to help nonprofts be more eective in carrying out their missions. The awards granted will be rom $5,000 to $20,000 and are available to nonprofts serving the citizens o Greenville County. the pplicin dedline i ocbe 1. Please visit the Grants section o our website at www.cfgeenville.g or more inormation and to apply online.