The Cliffs at Glassy is home to over 300 full time residents. A caring supportive neighborhood, Glassy residents have generously supported CRO through their monetary donations and volunteer time.
Glassy CRO funds programs in two areas – education and human services. The following is a list of items and programs that we have funded during the past three years.
Fountas and Pinnell reading program, leveled readers; with a goal that every child will read at grade level by the third grade
Specialized programs for teachers
Technology in the classrooms, iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, smart tables
Parents as Learners programs
Arts: funding for performances by Greenville Children’s Theatre and Peace Center; purchase of kilns for art classes; production assistance for in-school theatrical performances
Funding for before and after school programs
Summer reading camp
Human Services initiatives:
Funding for school lunch programs for underprivileged students
Purchase of healthy snacks for younger students during school hours
Holiday food vouchers for select families
Funding for shoes and clothing for needy students
Purchase of hygiene kits and lice kits (when needed)
Subsidies for eyeglasses, hearing aids, dental appointments not covered by Medicaid or insurance
CRO Glassy holds one fundraiser annually, at the beginning of a new school year. All donations go directly to fund programs that benefit the children of the schools we serve in our local communities. The majority of contributions are directed toward education. The Glassy CRO Advisory Council defines the allocation of funds in collaboration with a needs assessment provided by each school Principal. The annual budget is approximately $75,000.
Approximately 80% is devoted to education and the remaining to human services. Over $275,000 has been donated to support our schools’ initiatives during the past four years. Schools We Serve
Glassy CRO serves two local elementary schools:
Glassy is located off of SC National Scenic Highway 11 just a short drive from Landrum, SC and SC Highway 14 at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Glassy is approximately 25 miles from Greenville, SC and approximately 50 miles from Asheville, NC.