Category Archives: Nonprofit

Congaree Vista Guild and One Columbia Tap Local Talent for New Mural in City’s Cultural District

Designer and illustrator Cait Maloney to introduce “Lady Vista” on Columbia’s popular Gervais Street May 2, 2019 (Columbia, S.C.) – The Congaree Vista Guild (https://www.vistacolumbia.com/guild) — a non-profit, membership-based organization comprised of a wide variety of restaurateurs, shops, businesses, gallery owners and homeowners in the Vista — is excited to announce a new mural in the heart of…
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LawyerLisa Attorney Named Columbia Coordinator for Annual Cinderella Project

LawyerLisa Attorney Named Columbia Coordinator for Annual Cinderella Project Columbia, SC –LawyerLisa, LLC is pleased to announce that Attorney, Renee Ballew, has been named the Columbia Coordinator for the South Carolina Cinderella Project. “We are excited to announce Renee’s appointment as Columbia Coordinator for the 20th Annual Cinderella Project. Our firm, especially Renee, has been…
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State employees raise more than $218,000 for United Ways across South Carolina

[caption id="attachment_21683" align="alignleft" width="400"] (L to R: Jerry Adger, Director of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services; Brigadier General Calvin H. Elam; Kevin Shwedo, Executive Director, SC Department of Motor Vehicles; Molly Spearman, SC Superintendent of Education)[/caption] Columbia, S.C. (May 2, 2019) – The South Carolina State Employee Charitable Giving Campaign has concluded with more than…
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Gabi Santos Joins Prisma Health Midlands Foundation

Prisma Health Midlands Foundation is pleased to announce Gabi Santos has joined the Public Relations/Events team as events manager for Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Midlands. Prior to joining the Foundation, Santos was Fund Development manager at Girl Scouts of South Carolina—Mountains to Midlands and a project leader at Ocozzio, Inc. in Augusta, GA. Santos received a…
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Friends Of Sesqui Dedicates Five Red Maples To The Mimosa Garden Club Of Columbia At Sesquicentennial State Park

[caption id="attachment_21618" align="alignnone" width="2016"] L to R: Jim Olsen (Friends of Sesqui), John Wells (Park Manager), Linda Hickok (Mimosa Garden Club of Columbia Co-President), Justin Hunter (Friends of Sesqui Board), Robert Trotter (Friends of Sesqui Board)[/caption] The tree dedication coincided with Earth Day and Arbor Day as the newly planted trees replaced four invasive Bradford…
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