2018 Nonprofit Clients
ActsMetro: This organization began as an academic mentoring service for children at Harbison West Elementary School. Since then, it has evolved to provide holistic care for families in crisis, as determined through social worker referrals, from all 22 Lexington Richland District 5 schools.
Abundant Life Equipment Lending Library: This organization lends Columbia residents wheelchairs, standers, walkers, positioning equipment and more to assist in the physical therapy process.
Camp T.A.L.K.: This is an inclusive social skills day camp for children ages 10 and older, focusing on students on the autism spectrum.
East Point Academy: EPA is South Carolina's only Chinese immersion public charter school.
Eau Claire Cooperative Health Ministry: South Carolina’s largest and most cost-effective community health center system, a 50-provider primary care group serving more than 58,000 individuals at all income levels.
River Alliance: Representing the five local governments of Columbia, West Columbia, Cayce, Lexington and Richland County, the River Alliance’s mission is to connect people to the rivers, making them accessible, yet protected.
SC Respite Coalition: SCRC provides referrals and financing for South Carolina caregivers seeking respite care, keeping families together by protecting their health and mental health.
Second Helpings: This nonprofit fights hunger by rescuing food from local food vendors and restaurants and delivering that food, on the same day, to over 60 agencies in Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton counties that feed approximately 45,000 people each week.
SodaCity Cirque: This Columbia-based circus arts and performance troupe consists of highly trained performers who develop, perform and produce dynamic productions and intimate events benefiting other nonprofits.