TealHaus CEO and Founder Lindsay Niedringhaus Joins the Boards of Loaves & Fishes and RIZE Prevention

Lindsay Niedringhaus

Greenville, S.C. – Lindsay Niedringhaus, Founder and CEO of TealHaus, recently joined the Board of Directors of two local nonprofits: Loaves & Fishes and RIZE Prevention. TealHaus is a strategic marketing firm that repositions businesses and organizations through storytelling and strategy. The firm leads with the three core values of Empathy, Curiosity, and Humility–aligning personal time and talents with nonprofits that share these values.

Through Lindsay’s dedication to these two boards, she is embodying a core belief at the heart of TealHaus: We thrive when our community thrives.

Lindsay's journey with Loaves & Fishes is a deep dive into the heart of Greenville's fight against hunger. For more than three decades, Loaves & Fishes has been the backbone of food rescue in Greenville County, delivering surplus food to those in need, free of charge. TealHaus will also be sponsoring Loaves & Fishes’ Taste of the Upstate as a Food Rescue Sponsor.

RIZE Prevention aims to arm our teens against life's toughest challenges with a powerful suite of early prevention programs designed to provide tools to resist drugs and embrace positive, healthy choices. Through Lindsay’s new role at RIZE, TealHaus is also providing communications support at a discounted rate.

“At TealHaus, we are really focused on seeds of change and cultivating a healthier, more resilient community,” Lindsay said about the new appointments. “Nonprofits continue to be a key focus of not just our business efforts, but our lives as well,” she added.

About TealHaus: TealHaus is more than a marketing agency. We’re thinkers, doers, and community builders. By combining our professional expertise with a dedication to community service, we help businesses soar while ensuring our community doesn't just grow—it flourishes.


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