The Rose Ball Beneficiaries Committee now accepting letters of intent for grants to benefit charitable organizations in Greenville County

GREENVILLE, S.C. (January 5, 2021) — The Rose Ball, Greenville’s longest-running charitable event, is accepting Letters of Intent (LOI) between January 1-15, 2021 for grant applications. The Rose Ball Beneficiaries Committee determines recommended grants for funding in the focus areas of arts, education, environment, and health and human services per Rose Ball guidelines.

The committee will review all submitted LOI and select agencies for consideration for grants. If selected, the agency will then be invited to submit a full application and schedule a site visit.

The LOI form can be accessed at and completed letters should be emailed to no later than January 15, 2021.


About The Rose Ball
In 1971, the Charity Ball Board of Greenville was organized to sponsor a ball for a charitable community benefit. The Rose Ball was the first ball held in Greenville that would solicit public support to benefit charities in the community. The proceeds from the Rose Ball are distributed throughout the community with the St. Francis Health System receiving 50% of the funding. Over the past fifty years, the Rose Ball has raised more than $4,000,000 to benefit the physical, emotional, educational, environmental and cultural needs of the people of Greenville County.

For more information about The Rose Ball grant application process, visit or call Gaye Sprague, Beneficiaries Committee Chair, at

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