Back to 30® is deeply rooted in the community. Along with our own charity foundation, Carolina Strong, we sponsor and volunteer with both local and nationwide charities. Our partnerships with these organizations grant support services for children with disabilities, assist victims of domestic violence, and advance the arts throughout Upstate South Carolina, serving Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Simpsonville, and Boiling Springs. To get involved, stay in touch with our Facebook and other social media platforms.
Started by our founders in 2014, this organization benefits the American Red Cross. Our events include the annual Carolina Strong Soiree, which features arts and entertainment from local businesses throughout the state. Since the inception of Carolina Strong, we have raised more than $60,000 to assist the community. In addition to our Soiree, we host several events throughout the year and encourage you to visit our Facebook page for more details about how you can contribute.
We strive to give back to the community that supports us.
Our own organization, Carolina Strong, benefits the American Red Cross to support its organization of blood drives and assistance for victims of disasters.
Established in 2010, this local charity is an advocate for animals throughout the state. Back to 30® actively participates in their annual silent auction to raise funds for animal rescue groups in Greenville, SC, and the surrounding communities.
This local museum encourages children to cultivate their curiosity through interactive learning and play. Our contributions assist families in need and provide supplies necessary for the upkeep of the museum.
Since the inception of Carolina Strong, we have raised more than $60,000 to assist the community.
This yearly event supported features silent and live auctions through which local boutiques can feature their latest styles. Proceeds from this event go to Safe Harbor, a foundation which provides services for families affected by domestic violence.
Back to 30® collaborates with Fostering Great Ideas to improve the lives of children in foster care. The organization has several running charities, including donating teddy bears to traumatized children, hosting Thanksgiving meals for families affected by foster care, and helping mothers reconnect with their families.
We support Hope Academy, a sector of the Project Hope Foundation, which provides services for children with autism. Our participation helps expand services in the autism community so children can reach their full potential.
This organization was founded by women, for women, and promotes philanthropy, professional development, and community improvement. We contribute to several fundraisers throughout the year, which allows us to serve members of the community in need.
Founded by Greenville native and 2016 Miss South Carolina Lindley Mayer, this charity has raised over $100,000 to help the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and other special needs youth support groups. Our practice also supports the L.A.D.Y Bugs Across America, or Lindley's Alliance for Disabled Youth, which helps children with disabilities lead enjoyable lives.
This nationwide organization hosts many events in South Carolina throughout the year, which the Back to 30® team is proudly a part of. We partake in volunteer opportunities to raise awareness for babies born with birth defects and other concerns.
The Meals on Wheels Greenville County chapter has supported the community for 50 years. We have both volunteered and donated to the organization in the past to serve meals to the needy.
We support the Meyer Center and their vision that "in the right environment, any child can learn." Since 1954, the Meyer Center has helped children with disabilities reach their fullest potential through academic programs, developmental education, and several types of therapy services.
Organized by the St. Francis Foundation, this annual event benefits the Pearlie Harris Center for Breast Health.
This organization has several chapters throughout South Carolina. Through our contributions and sponsorship, they are able to host fundraisers to benefit guest families in need of a comfortable home to nourish their children's health.
For over 30 years, this theatre has given the community access to workshops, programs, and outreach initiatives that promote the arts. Our support helps the company's Theatre Outreach Partnerships extend their programs and provide scholarships to at-risk or disadvantaged youth.
Our involvement with The Warehouse Theatre, a converted textile warehouse, supports the local arts. The company also partners with schools throughout South and North Carolina to bring workshops and residencies to young students.
We support the local news station's annual event, which helps spread the holiday cheer by gifting select products and bundles to lucky viewers. This allows us to gift various Back to 30® products to the community.
As physicians, the philosophy of The Women of St. Francis is dear to us. We have joined over 125 women in the community to host luncheons, sponsor the Pearls & Pumps event, and contribute to the programs at Bon Secours St. Francis.
We understand that our patients have busy schedules. Our medical spa is designed to provide our patients with great outcomes requiring a minimal amount of time in the office.* We can also book your appointment during lunchtime so you can return to work or your other obligations after visiting one of our offices, which are conveniently located for our patients in Upstate South Carolina, serving Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Simpsonville, and Boiling Springs.
We look forward to seeing you and are open as of Friday, May 29th as approved by the governor. There are some temporary changes at the office due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Current requirements for guests for treatment at Back to 30® include the following:
WHAT WE ARE DOING TO KEEP YOU AND OUR TEAM SAFE AT BACK TO 30®:
Thank you for your understanding. Our patient and team safety and well-being is our top concern.
Back to 30® Team