Pendleton Place

Our Mission is to keep children safe and support families
in crisis through prevention, assessment, and intervention. 

Our Vision is a community where children are safe,
families are strong, and victims become whole again.
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SYNNEX Share  the Magic:

October 4, 2014

TD Convention Center

 Arizona Open:

October 12, 2014

The Hangar

2014 Benefit Breakfast:

November 12, 2014

TD Convention Center

Holiday Open House:

December 11, 2014

Pendleton Place

Thank you to SYNNEX Share the Magic and everyone that came out to the Bubba Annie's Battle of the Bartenders event to support local charities, including Pendleton Place!  It was a fun and successful night.

Lend a Hand

We are in need of professional photos of families for our marketing and outreach initiatives.  Do you know a professional photographer (or a good hobbyist) who could help us out and donate their time? 
Please contact Brandon Blake at 864.516.1237 or by

September Needs:
  • Reusable shopping bags or totes
  • Plastic pants hangars
  • New towels and washcloths

September 2014 Newsletter
Legislative Breakfast at Pendleton Place

Pendleton Place for Children and Families held its first Legislative Breakfast for a crowd of 40+ community leaders. Thank you to the representatives from the U.S. House, U.S. Senate, South Carolina House, South Carolina Senate, Greenville County Council, Greenville City Council, and School Board who were able to attend! The event featured a brief program focusing on the benefits of public/private collaborations and the innovative programming at Pendleton Place.

For more photos, click here.

What a Difference the FCAC Makes

Dr. Mary Fran Crosswell, one of our pediatricians at Pendleton Place, recently shared a story about a 5 year old boy and what his treatment would have looked liked without the Family and Child Assessment Center (FCAC): 

Imagine yourself in this are a pediatrician and on your schedule for the day is a 5 year old boy who was placed in DSS custody yesterday. His foster parent brings him to his appointment today, but they have no knowledge of the child's medical history and only knows that the child was removed for "drug reasons". You are a busy pediatrician with a full practice. How do you treat this child? You have no idea if the child has any underlying medical conditions, if they are on any medications, or if they are allergic to any medications. You have no idea if they have had a history of any emotional or behavioral issues. You just have the child and about 10-15 minutes! 


To read the rest of Dr. Crosswell's story and her thoughts on the FCAC, click here.  

Check out Executive Director Laurie Rovin's guest column that was published in the Greenville News, here.   Laurie urges policymakers to address the needs of our state's children and to make it a priority.

Attend Pendleton Place's

5th Annual Benefit Breakfast!


Wednesday November 12, 2014

7:30 - 8:45 AM

TD Convention Center



To register as a guest, click HERE.


Sign up to host a table for 10 (no cost) by clicking HERE.


Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Click HERE.

Questions?  Contact Erin Murphy at 864.516.1228 or   



It's that time of the year again! For the past 16 years,

Pendleton Place has benefited from the Arizona's Celebrity Classic weekend hosted by our friends at Arizona's Children's Charities.  In addition to a golf tournament and a BMW Drive experience, the weekend event features a special Rock'n on the Runway celebrity concert on Sunday, October 12th at the Hangar at the downtown Greenville airport. If you've never been, we promise you won't want to miss it!


Click here for more details. Tickets are $100 and include entry to the concert, silent/live auction, food, drink, and a great time with friends!


Go ahead and purchase your tickets here.


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