FUEL Accepting Applications for Nonprofit Grant Program

FUEL – a Greenville-based marketing agency offering a full suite of strategy, creative, branding, advertising, and PR services – is accepting applications for the FUEL for Good Grant program through September 7, 2021. Through this community service initiative, FUEL will contribute up to $10,000 of pro bono marketing services to a local nonprofit organization during the last quarter of the year.

FUEL is committed to making a difference in the community and uses the FUEL for Good Grant program to help local nonprofits through creative ideas, strategic guidance, and collaborative partnerships. Since launching the program in 2020, FUEL has donated hundreds of hours of marketing services, with work ranging from videos and logo development to websites and PR campaigns.


“Our grant work is an inspiration to our entire staff, and we look forward to partnering with organizations that play an invaluable role in the Greenville community,” says Meredith Kinsey, FUEL president and COO. “While our team members are involved with several nonprofit organizations as individuals, the grant program gives us the opportunity to work together as a team and dedicate our time and resources to help additional organizations move closer to fulfilling their missions.”

Nonprofit organizations based in Greenville County, S.C. that serve the local community, hold a valid 501(c)(3) certification, and have a clearly identifiable need for marketing assistance are eligible to apply. Interested organizations may complete an online application at www.fuelforbrands.com/grant by the September 7 deadline.

After internal review of all submitted applications, FUEL will announce the final recipient for 2021 mid-September and kick-off the project in October. For more information about the FUEL for Good Grant program, please visit www.fuelforbrands.com/grant or contact Jesslyn Griffith at jesslyn@fuelforbrands.com.


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