We Can't Do It Alone
To have the greatest impact on our community, we must pool our resources and work together to address the longstanding issues of poverty and discrimination. Then, and only then, can we take steps toward making Greenville the best that it can be.
If your 501(c)(3) organization, or cross-sector coalition is working to increase opportunities for historically underserved people or neighborhoods in Greenville County, we want to hear from you.
Please reach out to us before submitting an application.
We conduct two annual grantmaking cycles. The spring application deadline is April 1 (or the following business day); the fall application deadline is September 1 (or the following business day). Funding decisions are made by the board of trustees in mid-May and mid-November, and applicants are contacted shortly thereafter.
Additionally, if your organization intends to request $100,000 , you must submit a letter of inquiry by February 1 for the spring application cycle and July 1 for the fall application cycle.
More information about our grantmaking process is available at wellsfargo.com/private-foundations/jolley- foundation.