Our Partners

Click on each partner to view more.
  • KidVentures

Our Supporters

The Center for Developmental Services wouldn’t exist without the generosity of our valued supporters.

Corporate Partners

AC Controls
Amstead Industries
AVL Solutions
Bank of Travelers Rest
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Bradshaw, Gordon & Clinkscales, LLC
Carolina Power
CenturyLink
Debbie Dujardin Remax Reality
EDTS,LLC
Fluor US Company Match
GE Company Match
Gilder Research Group, LLC
Greenville Family Law – Robert A. Clark, Attorney at Law
ITW Hartness
Major Business Machines

McMillan Pazdan Smith
Michelin North America
Northwestern Mutual
Pintail Capital Partners
QuikTrip Corp.
Raymond James Financial Corp.
South State Bank
Span-America Medical Systems, Inc.
Taylors Electric
Prisma Health Upstate — Children’s Hospital
UBS Company Match
United Bank

Community Partners

Combined Federal Campaign
Kiwanis Club of Greenville Eastside
First Presbyterian Church
Greenville County First Steps
Sisk Foundation
The Bill and Connie Timmons Foundation
The Greenville News – Holiday Sunshine Fund
The Priester Foundation
The Raymond E. and Ellen F. Crane Foundation
United Way of Greater Portland

Miracle Makers Society

Kristen and Steve Armaly
Chuck Belding and Kathleen Wall
Lynn and Brian Blackburn
Sherri and Tee Hooper
Katie and Clark Gallivan
Susan and Paul Grier
Sharon Jones
Bill Malesich
Kimberly Marshall
Zach Marshall
Dana and Eric McConnell
Amy Milionis
Nancy R. Powers
Gwen Randolph
Sealevel Systems, Inc.
Gary Sullivan
Jane and Bill Sykes
Stephanie and Travis Tarbet
Taylors Electric
Ali and Abe Webber

Sponsor Spotlight

John I. Smith Charities, Inc. was founded and funded by the late John I. Smith of Greenville, SC. Mr. Smith was born in Greenville, graduated from Greenville Senior High School, and lived in Greenville his entire life. Having never married with no siblings or children, Mr. Smith was a very quiet man who lived modestly but gave generously to good causes. During his life, he served on the Board of Commission for the Shriner’s Hospital, was the former chairman of the Greenville Hospital System, and was president of the Greenville Kiwanis Club.