Funder Directory

Greenville Health Authority


Funder Type:
  • Governmental organization
Program Funding Areas
Affordable Housing, Health, Human Services
Population Areas
  • All Populations
Types of Grants/Scholarships Considered:
  • Capital & Infrastructure
  • Network Building & Collaboration
  • Program Development
  • Research & Education
Grants in the most recent fiscal year:
23 Grants Awarded
$258,923 Average Grant Size
$5,955,220 in Total Giving

Mission/Giving Statement

Mission Fund health-related care, health research, and health education that improves the health of Greenville County residents. Guiding Principles • Healthy Greenville is committed to transparency in the grantmaking process and communications about that process. • The focus areas of the current Prisma Health Community Health Needs Assessment will guide our grantmaking. • The current County Health Rankings for Greenville County will guide our data gathering and measurement of progress. • Grantmaking decisions will be based on merit and directly tied to the eligibility and criteria outlined in requests for proposals issued by Healthy Greenville. • Applicants will describe how they will achieve the desired results of the initiative, with both annual and long-term measures of success. • Collaborative and cross-functional projects are encouraged. • New and existing programs/projects will receive equal weight if applicants can demonstrate a track record of success. • All funded work must be trackable and measurable.

How to Apply

Accepts Unsolicited LOIs/Proposals:
Grant Cycle:
Once a year
Application Deadline(s):
Health Greenville Grant LOI Process: Opens January 10 - Closes February 24, 2023 (applications are by invitation only) Healthy Greenville, Too Grant Application Process: Opens January 16 - Closes March 24, 2023

Contact Information

Contact Name
Director of Community Impact - Grants and Scholarships
630 East Washington Street, Suite A
Greenville, South Carolina 29601

Additional Information

Healthy Greenville will make grants that improve at least one of the four focus areas of the current Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) of the Prisma Health: 1. Access to Healthcare 2. Social Determinants of Health 3. Mental/Behavioral Health 4. Healthy Eating and Exercise
Entry Last Updated: November 11, 2022