LiveWell Greenville is supported financially by local, regional, and national foundations, as well as by federal agencies.
The Duke Endowment has awarded the Healthy People, Healthy Carolinian’s grant through Bon Secours St. Francis Health System to support LiveWell Greenville’s focus on combating obesity. This funding provides coalition backbone support.
Funding from the Hollingsworth Funds provides coalition backbone support.
Funding from The Graham Foundation provides coalition backbone support.
The Jolley Foundation supports the implementation of the Early Childhood initiative.
Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014-2017), supports At Mealtime and At Play partners, LiveWell on the Menu, Park Hop, and the At School initiatives.
Community Transformation Grant (CTG) – Small Communities, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2012-2014)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (2009-2013)
National Recreation and Parks Association ACHIEVE grant (2009)
LiveWell Greenville’s activities have also been supported by the Daniel-Mickel Foundation, the Piedmont Health Foundation, the Community Foundation of Greenville, Blue Cross & Blue Shield Foundation of South Carolina, and Greenville Women Giving.