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Greenville Foundation, funding projects in the
Western US and abroad
(This is not the Community Foundation of Greater Greenville, South Carolina.)
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR GRANTSEEKERS February 17, 2004
Requests for funding are no longer being accepted.
As a result of an extensive planning and restructuring process, the Greenville Foundation has ended its grantmaking operations. The Greenville office in Sonoma, Ca., managed by Virginia Hubbell Associates, closed permanently on December 31st, 2003. This website (www.greenville-foundation.org) will remain active for an indefinite period of time.
Greenville profusely thanks all of the organizations that have applied for funding during the last 55 years. It has been a rewarding process of learning, involvement, and support. Many of the organizations that we funded have websites, listed on these pages: Education, Environment, Human & Social Issues, International, Religion, Other. Visit them and learn about their work.
Although the Greenville Foundation no longer makes grants, the final grantmaking guidelines and instructions are available for your reference.
July 8, 2003: THE OCTOBER 1, 2003 DEADLINE HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Over the past twelve months, the Greenville Foundation has been engaged in an extensive strategic planning process to review its operating structure and process for making grants. Final decisions on the new structure will be made in 2004. Until further notice, no requests for funding will be received by the Foundation and prospective applicants are advised to seek funding elsewhere.
The October 1, 2003 deadline has been cancelled. Applicants that submitted requests for the April 1, 2003 deadline will be notified of funding or decline by December 1, 2003.
We encourage you to periodically visit the Foundation's web site at www.greenville-foundation.org
to view updates on the status of the Foundation's future operating structure
and grant making program.
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