Monthly Archives: February 2016

Foundation Releases Phase I Flood Relief Report

As the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina closes and reviews its first response stage to the October floods, it is even clearer how wide the destruction of the October flood was. The Foundation provided 24 flood relief grants totaling $100,350 to serve 19 of the hardest hit counties in South Carolina. The […]

Foundation Grantees Collaborate in Flood Relief

Collaboration can be intimidating. Things can get messy, or seem more challenging when additional people are involved. However, when collaboration is embraced, organizations are better equipped to reach more people, be more effective and change more lives. Home Works of America and PASOs embraced collaboration, and the outcome was vast.

After the October floods the […]

Foundation Selects Two Benedict Students for New Fellows Program

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina recently selected two Benedict College students for the President’s Fellow Program.  The President’s Fellows program, created in 2015, gives African-American male students the opportunity to use real-life experience to enhance their college career and their future professional opportunities. Fellows are exposed to all aspects of philanthropy […]

Stephanie Cooper-Lewter Promoted at Foundation

Stephanie Kripa Cooper-Lewter, Ph.D., M.S.W., has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Initiatives and Public Policy for the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina. In her expanded role, she will develop and implement an advocacy agenda while convening key stakeholders to address needed changes in systems that impact families experiencing […]