PROGRAMS & INVESTMENT

United Way of the Piedmont works to build capacity in the nonprofit sector through innovative partnerships and strategic investment.

AmeriCorps VISTA provides a full-time, capacity-building volunteer for one year to partner agencies.

Benefit Bank enrolls eligible individuals in a variety of public benefit programs, including military and veterans benefits.

Born Learning Trails create opportunities for parents and caregivers to create everyday learning opportunities for young children.

Community Investment Funding distributes grant funding to nonprofit agencies through a volunteer-driven investment process.

Gifts in Kind Center distributes over $20 million of product annually to nonprofit agencies, expanding the tangible support available to community members in need.

Imagination Library places books into the hands of preschool age children monthly, through a partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program.

Partnership Centers provide office and meeting space in Cherokee and Union counties to nonprofit agencies that operate in those counties but cannot support their own physical space.

Reality Check Simulations provide insight into the lives of struggling families in our community. These simulations are offered free of charge to local organizations and businesses.

Retired & Senior Volunteer Program engages experienced adult volunteers age 55 and older to provide essential volunteer services at partner agencies.

Safety Net Council is an opportunity for the Spartanburg community to collaboratively work together to best meet the healthcare and psychosocial needs its citizens.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance trains volunteers to provide free tax return preparation for individuals and families in the community.

MISSION UNITED helps connect veterans and their families to community resources and services.