Partnership for Tomorrow Announces the 2020 Make Greer Great Grant

The Partnership for Tomorrow’s (PFT) Make Greer Great Grant Program will accept applications for funding until April 1, 2020.

With a maximum award of $3,000, organizations, civic clubs, neighborhood associations, and community residents are encouraged to apply for funds for innovative and creative new projects that help make the Greer community a better place to live, work, visit, and raise a family. The guidelines for the grant program have been left intentionally broad in order to bring out the best and brightest new ideas in the Greer community.

“PFT continues to be committed to our local community as a resource to help individuals and organizations turn dreams into reality,” said Jack Lucas, 2019-2020 PFT Chairman. “We are excited to see the ideas that will be presented, and we know as many of these projects are funded and completed, they will help Greer continue to be one of the most outstanding communities in South Carolina.”
PFT is a community initiative formed in 1998 to help to shape the future of Greer. Now in its 22nd year, PFT has provided an effective platform for business, civic, government, and community leaders in Greer to address the issues and concerns related to the growth of the Greater Greer community and the opportunities it would bring to the area. PFT has played an important role in Greer’s planning efforts through the completion of two community master plans in partnership with the City of Greer. PFT has also helped boost Greer’s quality of life and promote economic development by channeling funds into innovative programming, the Greer Farmer’s Market, festivals, and the arts in Greer.
“The Partnership for Tomorrow has been an important catalyst for some of the more interesting and innovative programs in Greer throughout the years,” said Mayor Rick Danner. “Providing a forum for the City of Greer, the Greer Commission of Public Works, the Greer Chamber, the Greer Development Corporation, and our private sector partners to collaborate has not only helped to plan collectively, it has given us the resources to work together to implement great ideas.”
For more information on the Make Greer Great grant program, the Partnership for Tomorrow, and its contributors call (864) 416-0125 or visit