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Central Carolina Community Foundation | Serving the Midlands of SC by helping charitable individuals and businesses meet the critical needs of our community.
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The latest generous donation from the One SC Fund helps us work with more survivors of Hurricane Florence. Read more & learn how you can help by donating your time or your money – or both! via
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NONPROFITS: Don't miss out! Today is the last day to register for 2020. Register here:
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JoAnn Turnquist Nov 18
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 leaders! is honored to house your endowment and support all you do in !
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 15
Applications for Beyond the Table Mini-Grants close in 4️⃣ days. Don't miss your chance to shape the future of our community by tackling one of our top 10 community priorities! Learn more + apply:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 15
Grocery shopping this weekend? Don't forget to head over to BI-LO on Devine to get your reusable shopping bag to support the One SC Fund!
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 14
In the months leading up to , we'll be featuring selected nonprofits on our blog to share their story + the impact Midlands Gives has had on their organization. This month's featured nonprofit is . Read their story:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 14
Congrats to + for receiving $113K combined in grants from the Knight Foundation Fund at CCCF. The money will aid in making Columbia a better place to live, work and play. Read the story:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 13
ATTENTION NONPROFITS: The seventh annual day of giving will take place on May 5, 2020. Registration closes soon — don't miss out! Register:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 7
Two of our board members, Lou Kennedy + Calvin Elam, were recognized for their community service efforts last night at the ’s 52nd annual Equal Opporunity Day dinner. Congrats to Lou and Calvin!
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 5
ICYMI: The One SC Fund, established after the 2015 Thousand-Year Flood by former Gov. , was chosen by BI-LO on Devine Street to be supported by the Community Bag program! Every bag sold = $1 donated to the One SC Fund through the month of Nov. Get yours today!
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 4
The survey closes tomorrow (Nov. 5) at 11:59pm. Don't miss your chance to win a $250 Visa gift card! Take the survey here:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Nov 1
We've got great news! During the month of November, One SC Fund will receive $1 for every reusable bag you buy at BI-LO on Devine Street. 100% of monies donated to the One SC Fund are granted to local nonprofits providing disaster preparation, relief, and recovery.
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Oct 30
The Sumter County Museum opened the Temple Sinai Jewish History Center in June 2018. Since that time, the Center has hosted multiple events and programs celebrating Jewish culture + history. Learn more about the Center and how you can get involved:
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Oct 29
It's been one week since ! Have you taken the survey? Take it today for your chance to win a $250 Visa gift card. Survey:
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SCFSC Oct 24
Coffee and conversations flowed the morning of the On The Table breakfast. The Foundation teamed up with to host the event in partnership with 's On The Table initiative. Thanks to Donna Waites, vice president, for spearheading this effort!
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Central Carolina Comm. Fdn. Oct 23
Thanks to all who participated in yesterday! We had a great day discussing the strengths of our communities + opportunities for growth and development. Don’t forget to take the survey to be entered to win a $250 Visa gift card. Survey:
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Ashley Auspelmyer Oct 22
Honored to work with these amazing, passionate educators! had great discussion tonight about the strengths & opportunities for growth within our school
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Ted Creech Oct 22
On the Table. On the porch. On the chili! Thanks to good neighbors for coming by to discuss how we can make Columbia and Shandon better!
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BlackWomen2020 Oct 22
For our discussion, we partnered with and gathered with Black women working in/with local non-profits. Grateful for everyone who shared space and co-created the experience.
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JoAnn Turnquist Oct 22
“Very great change comes from very small conversations.” Thank you Troy Simpson, Radius Church, & for bringing over 80 people together for conversations today. The energy was truly electric!
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