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Addressing the needs of our state’s poor and underserved.

The Sisters of Charity Foundation serves the unmet needs of children, families and communities in South Carolina through a variety of programs, grant opportunities, collaborative ventures, education and training for nonprofit organizations.

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SC has the 8th highest poverty rate in the nation.
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We’ve awarded 2938 grants to fight poverty in our state.
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We’ve awarded $67 million to fight poverty since we began.
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Nearly 17% of all homeless in SC are children.

Meet our amazing grantees!

Learn what they’re doing to address poverty with the funds the foundation has awarded.

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CMI Highlight: Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach Services

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Therapy Place Provides a Community for Families

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Midlands Housing Alliance Helps People Transition to Toward Success

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The Good Samaritan Clinic Provides Urgent Care for those in Need

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Si Se Puede gives Latino students the Confidence to Succeed

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Dedicated to Community – The Challenge Center of North, S.C.

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Testimonials

“We learned the importance of flexibility during this grant cycle. Because we were willing and able to adjust, we took advantage of opportunities to serve the most need populations in our area.”
Caritas Grantee, Sisters of Charity Foundation

“My [organization’s] only desire has been to serve those who hunger for food, water and a renewed spirit. Why? Because hunger hurts and hunger pains deny dignity, deplete energy and thus one’s potential. Hunger erodes the family, the community and its stability, impairing the ability of people to achieve independence. This grant support has allowed this desire to be lived out by renewing the spirits of many!”
Caritas Grantee, Sisters of Charity Foundation

“We have learned through our work that when we offer a location in the neighborhoods where the need exists, we give parents and neighbors an opportunity to volunteer and get involved and we are able to build a deeper involvement in the lives of those we serve and a stronger foundation for change.”
Caritas Grantee, Sisters of Charity Foundation
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