Sometimes, life gets hectic and the last thing you have time to do is take a look at the local news. That’s what we’re here for. We’ve gathered it all down here for you:
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville has sponsorships available and is looking for auction donations for its Dinner on Ice Gala this October. Read more at GSA Bizwire.
The Greenville Journal put a spotlight on Rebuild Upstate in this well-crafted story. The mission of Rebuild Upstate is more important to the Upstate now than ever; read the piece here.
Noel Brooks, Habitat for Humanity of Greenville’s Director of Development, will spend this Fall learning skills to make the community stronger in the Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) from Furman University’s Riley Institute. Full story here.
Our boss weighed in on this Forbes about sharpening your story telling skills. You’re going to want to read this!
A listing from agent Diane Bostrom of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty was featured in The State. Take a look here.
Courtney Tessler from Greenville Jewish Federation talked to Fox Carolina about the significance of the Bat Mitzvah in Jewish culture.
Listen to this episode of the Morning Answer Podcast and hear about Integral Leaders in Health.
Wake Up with Rebuild is right around the corner! For the first time since its inception, the event will be held in Anderson. The date is September 14th and the awareness event is open to all; register here and get all the details!