Measuring Greenville Matters
Fourteen years ago, the United Way of Greenville County and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce published the last Community Vitality Indicators for Greenville County. The project built on a 1993 effort, the Report Card on Greenville County, and was meant to inform and educate the citizens of Greenville County on important issues so that we would all be better prepared to make sound decisions.
The Community Indicators Project is a portal for monitoring and reporting data – indicators – that provide a balanced perspective on the health, prosperity, vibrancy, and caring of Greenville. Looking only at a few measures, while important, does not provide a robust, holistic, and actionable look at Greenville. The Community Indicators Project explores all available measures to create a comprehensive profile of Greenville.
Health Assessment Study Released
Greenville County is the Largest County in the State
September 27, 2012 - The fourth wave of the Greenville County Health Assessment, a fifteen year study of Greenville's medically underserved, was released today at the University Center.
The Health Assessment, based on telephone interviews with over 5,500 Greenvillians, has become the standard base of information for decision making about the medically underserved in Greenville.
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Did you know...
Greenville was recently named as one of the best places for young professionals by Forbes Magazine?
Community Engagement Study. Greenville has one of the highest rates of volunteerism and public engagement in the country. The Community Engagement Study, in partnership with the Non Profit Alliance, explored the impact of volunteerism and public engagement in Greenville County. Download the study results.
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