A History of Giving Back
For over five decades, Godshall Recruiting has been active in the Greenville, South Carolina community and in the surrounding region.
Our commitment to community service began with our founders, Wayne and Jessie Godshall who raised their family and built their business in Greenville and believed passionately in giving back to the community.
Their daughter, Julie Godshall Brown, now runs the business and carries on that legacy. All of us that work at Godshall are very grateful that we not only have the opportunity to assist people every day in finding employment and help companies find the right talent but that we also are encouraged to help others outside of our business.
Company-wide Support for the Community
Since 1968, Godshall has been deeply ingrained in the Greenville, South Carolina community. Our dedicated team actively engages and financially supports various charitable organizations, including The Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Cancer Survivor Park, Better Business Bureau Upstate, Mercy Bon Secours, SEND North Missions, Big Brothers / Big Sisters, Family Business Enterprise Council, and 3GEN Ministries.
On an almost weekly basis, our employees generously contribute their time to support local universities, technical schools, and high schools by conducting career-related presentations and participating in mock interviews for students. You’ll find our recruiters collaborating with institutions such as Clemson University, Anderson University, Greenville Tech, Spartanburg Community College, ECPI, and many others.
Furthermore, Godshall plays an active role in employment-focused associations like the Greenville Chamber, Greer Chamber, Greenville and Spartanburg Society for Human Resource Management, and the Greenville Area Development Corporation.
All in all, we dedicate a minimum of 800 business hours per year to give back to our beloved community.
Notable Employee Support of the Community
Julie Godshall Brown currently serves on the Mercy Bon Secours St. Francis Foundation Board of Directors, has served on the BBB Board of Directors as Chair; served as the Chair of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, served as President of Clemson University Board of Visitors, served as Chair of Greenville Society of Human Resource Management, and served as the Chair of University Center of Greenville Board of Trustees.
Drew Brown is the Founder and Event Chair for the Great Alaska Sporting Clay Classic which supports Send North Missions, is currently serving on the Advisory Council for the Family Business Enterprise Council through Anderson University, is the Past President of Tempnet (National Staffing/Recruiting organization), leads the Godshall team with Habitat for Humanity projects, has served with Big Brothers / Big Sisters program, and is active with 3GEN Ministries.
Ginny Beach currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army and is past chair; is currently serving as an active board member for the Better Business Bureau – Upstate and past chair. Ginny also takes an active role in the Business Advocacy Committee with the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.