Sisters of Charity Foundation of S.C. strengthens S.C.’s communities
2019 Community Enrichment Grant recipients announced
Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has issued Community Enrichment grants to 23 nonprofit organizations that implement best practices to address the root causes of poverty.
“Our Community Enrichment grantee partners go beyond the expectation to assist people who experience poverty – they work to interrupt the cycle of poverty altogether. We applaud their work to address the root causes of poverty in their respective communities,” said Tom Keith, president of Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina.
Community Enrichment grant recipients serve 27 South Carolina counties, and several of them provide services across the state. The organizations are listed below.
- Anderson Interfaith Ministries
- Charleston Promise Neighborhood
- Children In Crisis In Dorchester County
- Communities in Schools of the Charleston Area, Inc.
- Community Works
- Compass of Carolina
- Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina
- Foothills Family Resources
- Greenville Tech Foundation
- Helping Hands of Georgetown
- Lowcountry Local First
- Middle Tyger Community Center
- Miss Ruby’s Kids
- Northside Development Corporation
- Serve & Connect
- Soteria Community Development Corporation (CDC)
- Teach For America – South Carolina
- United Ministries
- United Way of the Midlands
- United Way of the Piedmont
- University of South Carolina Educational Foundation
- Village Group
About Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina
Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, founded in 1996. Their mission is to address the needs of the poor and underserved throughout the state of South Carolina. Through the strategic use of resources, they seek to reduce poverty through action, advocacy and leadership.
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