The Spartanburg County Foundation can help you establish your very own fund for charitable giving. With a variety of fund types to choose from, we’ll help you find the perfect fit to meet your giving goals.
The Robert Hett Chapman III Center for Philanthropy will be a state-of-the-art hub for people to gather, analyze data, and share ideas for solutions to Spartanburg’s critical indicators. It will be a place where donors, nonprofits, and community groups meet and collaborate. It will also offer access to research and innovative tools for building the organizational capacity of Spartanburg nonprofits.
For over 75 years, individuals, families, and corporations have used our expertise to channel their philanthropy in the directions they choose. By helping you find the type of fund that best fits your fund’s administration, we allow your generosity to have maximum effect on Spartanburg County.
For 75 years, individuals, families, and corporations have used our expertise to channel their philanthropy in the directions they choose. By helping you find the type of fund that best fits your fund’s administration, we allow your generosity to have maximum effect on Spartanburg County.
National Philanthropy Day is celebrated annually on November 15. This day signifies the importance of working together for the common good. President Reagan first proclaimed November 15 as National Philanthropy…
Roy and Jibba generously set up the Roy S. and Elizabeth P. Powell Mobile Meals Trust Fund with the Spartanburg County Foundation which annually provides a very generous gift to feed those in need, many of which are in Camp Croft Courts. Their cycle of loving others and taking care of those in need will continue forever from their trust! I pray that their generosity will inspire others. We always receive the blessing by blessing others. Story Credit: Jayne McQueen with Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, September 2020 NewsletterMemories of Camp Croft Courts and Roy and Jibba Powell – Mobile Meals of Spartanburg
From Recipient to FundholderSixty-one years ago, I received a $500 loan from The Spartanburg County Foundation which enabled me to return to college for my senior year. Today, Keith and I have two scholarship funds at The Spartanburg County Foundation to help local students attend college.Louise Parris
The Higgins Family Fund (Life Insurance Policy)We have great trust in the leadership of The Spartanburg County Foundation to continue our philosophy of giving. We have confidence the Foundation will continue that legacy long after we are gone.Mary and Rick Higgins
The Doris and Claude Tidwell Spartanburg High School Scholarship Fund (Scholarship Fund)Educating young people ensures that our future will be in good hands. Our trust in The Spartanburg County Foundation to manage our fund and provide valuable guidance enables us to meet the needs of future leaders.Doris and Claude Tidwell
The J M Smith Foundation, Inc. Trustee Initiated Fund (Unrestricted Field of Interest Fund)Community always has a tomorrow. By investing in unrestricted giving through the Foundation, we can make an impact for future generations.Ken Couch, RHP