Greenville
High School
Spirit Week


September 8th – 15th, 2023

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Project Host

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Pendleton Place

High School students cheering for their sports team
High School students cheering for their sports team

Meet Our Sponsors

Greenville High Spirit Week’s impact would not be possible without the support of our many generous sponsors. The Red Raider Family is a special one because of the school’s rich tradition in making Greenville a better place to live. Thank you to these kind sponsors for helping to make a difference in the lives of those that Project Host & Pendleton Place benefits.

Pendleton Place and Project Host

Project Host
Pendleton Place
We are so excited to partner with Project Host and Pendleton Place as our 2023 Spirit Week recipients! Both non-profits do an amazing job providing services for people to have stable futures and live independently, and therefore they are able to share their learned skills, giving back to the community! 

Pendleton Place offers programs that protect, equip, and heal vulnerable children, young adults, and families. Founded in 1975, Pendleton Place accomplishes comprehensive child welfare and family stabilization work through three key programs that protect, equip, and heal:

  1. The Assessment Center, housed at and led by Pendleton Place, is a multi-agency evaluation center for families to identify root causes of neglect or abuse and establish recommendations for a plan to improve the well-being of children.
  2. Pendleton Place’s Youth Resource Center (YRC) provides a low-barrier space to meet the basic needs of young adults ages 17-24 experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Their model of service utilizes a youth-focused framework incorporating positive youth development, trauma-informed care, and economic mobility. Smith House provides a home for teen girls ages 12-21.
  3. In addition to basic needs like food and clothing, the residents are provided with counseling services, structured educational support, life skills training, financial literacy classes, civic engagement and other hands-on opportunities aimed at preparing these vulnerable youth for successful, independent living after foster care.

Project Host fights food insecurity in the greater Greenville area by feeding the hungry, training and educating the un- and underemployed, and paying it forward through social enterprises. Their programs support one another and all focus on giving back to the wider Greenville community. The Soup Kitchen depends on volunteers and can serve as a pipeline into the CC Pearce Culinary School. Culinary students prepare meals for the Cooking for Kids program and have the opportunity to intern and work in the Bakery and on the HostMobile food truck. Additionally, the Gardening for Good program also runs on volunteers and provides the food programs with homegrown produce to bring nutritional value to their meals.

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