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Leadership Greenville Class 45 Project Host

Leadership Greenville Class 45 | Team 3

Project Host

 

About the Project

Project Host began as a soup kitchen in 1981 and since then, has evolved into a culinary school for unemployed and underemployed, a feeding program for local after-school sites, and an onsite garden that contributes all its fresh produce to the other programs.

Welcoming 125 hungry people, six days a week is not just about providing a hot meal—it should start well before someone enters the door.

  • Signage should invite people in with visual appeal, as well as inform the community about Project Host programs.
  • Landscaping will foster a sense of hominess and nod to Project Host’s Gardening for Good initiative.
  • A colorful mural will inspire both the community to support the Project Host mission, and visitors to happily enter the space.

Project Host offers an open invitation for Greenville’s less fortunate to make themselves at home, and with these improvements, that welcome will be more effectively extended.

Please consider sponsoring Leadership Greenville Class 45 efforts to give back to Project Host.

Check out the sponsorship guide to see how you can help or donate a custom amount. 

CHECK OUT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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Reception | January 17th 

Join the Project Host team Thursday, January 17th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. for the Leadership Greenville Class 45 Sponsor Reception! This reception benefits the work that the Greenville Chamber's Leadership Greenville is doing on behalf of Project Host, including a mural, new signage, bike racks, and landscaping. This project will create a welcoming atmosphere for those seeking and receiving services from Project Host and foster community awareness of Project Host's mission to nourish the hungry and train the unemployed. The reception will feature small plates from our restaurant sponsors: The Anchorage, The Cliffs, GB&D, and more! Beer and wine generously provided by Greenco. 

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