8 Ways to Support Rebuild Upstate During COVID-19 1. Donate Money, Supplies, or Time With layoffs and uncertainty surrounding our global economy, it’s okay if you don’t feel comfortable making a monetary donation. Just remember, that if you do want to donate, every penny counts.
Rebuild Upstate completes repairs on its 1,000 home GREENVILLE, S.C. – Just 13 years after the first nail was hammered into the roof of a home near Clemson University, Rebuild Upstate has completed repairs on its 1,000 home. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income homeowners with repairs
Rebuild Upstate earns GuideStar’s highest honor for the third time GREENVILLE, S.C. — Rebuild Upstate was awarded GuideStar’s 2020 Platinum Seal of Transparency for the third year in a row. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income children, families, and seniors in Anderson, Greenville, Oconee, and Pickens counties
A Letter from President/CEO & Founder, Chris Manley: Dear Rebuild Upstate family, This is a challenging time for us all as we cope with a new reality for the coming weeks and months. Rebuild Upstate is committed to the safety of our homeowners, volunteers, and
SCACED grants Rebuild Upstate with funds to pilot weatherization program GREENVILLE, S.C. – To jumpstart a new year of reparations, Rebuild Upstate has received a grant award of $10,444 to pilot a weatherization program from the South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development’s Community Impact
Executive Director and Founder of Rebuild Upstate, Chris Manley tells us about the history of Rebuild Upstate and how its inception was inspired by the devastating wake of Hurricane Katrina. Now approaching their 1,000th home repaired, Chris looks to the future of helping Upstate rebuild.
Rebuild Upstate announces 2020 board members and leadership team GREENVILLE, S.C. – Rebuild Upstate has elected new board officers and members for the upcoming year. The new officers are Chip Reaves as board chair; Ashley Brooks as vice-chair and governance chair, Michael Cunningham as finance
Did you know according to the U.S. Department of Energy, low-income homeowners average spending 16.3% of their total annual income on utility bills alone? In addition to needing home repair assistance, many of our homeowners also face the financial burden of high utility bills. With
Rebuild Upstate received $7,500 from the Countybank Foundation GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Countybank Foundation recently made a major donation of volunteer time and funds to Rebuild Upstate. Countybank and Greenwood Capital employees did a blitz repair of three houses in Anderson, Greenville, and Greer on
Rebuild Upstate receives $15,000 grant from The Leon Levine Foundation GREENVILLE, S.C. – The foundation created by the founder of Family Dollar Stores, Inc. has awarded Rebuild Upstate with a $15,000 grant. Following his retirement from Family Dollar in 2003, Leon Levine began his second