FUEL Selects the Half a Sorrow Foundation as 1H24 Grant Recipient

Greenville, SC – FUEL – a Greenville, S.C.-based brand building agency – announced today that it has selected the Half a Sorrow Foundation as the FUEL for Good Grant recipient for 1H 2024. The Half a Sorrow Foundation was founded in 2020 to improve mental health for individuals and organizations by promoting real conversations.

“We are beyond ecstatic to be chosen by FUEL to be the recipient of their FUEL for Good Grant,” said Dennis Gillan, executive director of the Half a Sorrow Foundation. “This grant will truly help the Half a Sorrow Foundation get one of our key programs off the ground and into the hands of the folks that may be struggling with their mental health.”

FUEL created the FUEL for Good Grant program in 2020 as a tangible way to give back to its community and help local nonprofits. To date, FUEL has donated more than 1,000 hours of service with work ranging from video production and logo development to social media campaigns and marketing collateral.

“Our FUEL for Good Grant program is an important community service initiative and an integral part of the FUEL culture,” said Meredith Kinsey, president and COO of FUEL. “Millions of Americans experience symptoms of a mental health condition each year, and over one million adults attempt suicide each year. That’s astounding and frightening. Our team is looking forward to working with the Half a Sorrow Foundation to help promote real conversations around mental health.”

For more information about the Half a Sorrow Foundation, please visit https://halfasorrow.org/. More information about the FUEL for Good Grant program is available at https://www.fuelforbrands.com/fuel-grant/.


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