2019 Nonprofit Clients
Habitat for Humanity of Berkeley County
An organization that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope to a county near Charleston, S.C.
An organization dedicated to eradicating violence, abuse, and sex trafficking of women. They offer risk reduction education, self-defense training and crisis response planning. They are passionate about cultivating proactive communities capable of predicting and preventing violence and abuse.
Keep the Midlands Beautiful
The mission of the organization is to engage, inspire and educate the Midlands to invest in our community through litter prevention, recycling and beautification. They do this by removing litter on area roads and waterways; schools and businesses coming together to implement recycling programs; and communities pursuing beautification projects.
Southeastern Chapter National Safety Council (SCNSC)
Their mission is to promote change to eliminate preventable injuries, death and loss in the communities they serve. They provide training programs and resources to keep South Carolina citizens safe on the road, at work and in the community – offer programs in Traffic Safety, Emergency Care, Workplace Safety and Community Safety.
CARE SC (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) Program
Is a financial literacy education program for students and young adults taught by bankruptcy judges, bankruptcy trustees, and bankruptcy attorneys in order to provide a counter-message to the financial illiteracy of young people in America.
Key Changes Therapy Services
Once simply a provider of music therapy, this nonprofit’s expanded mission is to provide speech, occupational, music and art therapy to reach all children and adults with special needs.
American Red Cross
A humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Trident Literacy Association
The mission of Trident Literacy is to help adults reverse the cycle and impact of generational poverty and illiteracy through the acquisition of vital life skills.
College of Information and Communications
The UofSC school with more than 18,000 living alumni, and over 1,600 current students plays a critical role in educating South Carolina's librarians, journalists, visual communicators and public relations and advertising practitioners, and other information and communication professionals.