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Browse our 2015-2016 Annual Report to learn more about what Greenville First Steps funds. here.

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2017 Walk for Prevention

Annual Child Abuse Prevention Month Walk

This annual event is a celebration of all the little things we are doing in the community to keep our children safe. The national symbol for April's Child Abuse Prevention Month is the blue pinwheel. Join the community as we gather for this family-friendly event to plant the largest pinwheel garden in South Carolina. Children will receive two pinwheels - one to plant and one to take home.

*New for 2017: Participants and teams are encouraged to come dressed in team t-shirts or costumes. The team with the best outfit will win a prize!

To register, click here .

Kids' Fest at Heritage Green

Annual kickoff to the Week of the Young Child

Kids' Fest at Heritage Green is an annual celebration to kick off the Week of the Young Child. This festival is geared towards our youngest learners and is filled with age appropriate activities for kids 1-5 years old. Each Heritage Green organization will have a booth on the lawn with opportunities for families to experience what their museum or entity provides our community every day.

Heritage Green includes Greenville County Library System, Upcountry History Museum, The Children's Museum of the Upstate, Greenville Little Theatre, and the Greenville County Museum of Art.

Kids Fest at Heritage Green is presented by Primrose School of Greenville and supported by Greenville First Steps.

For more information, click here .


Read Greenville

Read Greenville needs volunteers

Three to four times a year, Read Greenville hosts large scale book distribution events in Greenville County to increase access to books for children in our community. If you are interested in helping Read Greenville sort and distribute books, visit ReadGreenville.com to Give Support.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Greenville First Steps is excited to present our 2015-2016 Read Greenville campaign which includes awareness, events, and collaborations to help bring awareness to the issues that surround literacy in our community. Your sponsorship of these projects is crucial to helping us raise the funds and community awareness we need to ensure Greenville is a place that values reading. Please download a copy of our Sponsorship Deck and contact us to explore how your company can get involved.