Category Archives: Nonprofit

South Carolina Panera Bread Bakery-Cafés To Donate 100% Of Pink Ribbon Bagel Proceeds On October 24th To Medical University Of South Carolina And Susan G Komen South Carolina

In addition to Pink Ribbon Bagel Sales, Panera Bread will support MUSC and Susan G Komen with the sale of 16 oz. tumblers in-café. Tumblers will be sold for $12 and come with free coffee refills until October 31st. September 28, 2017 – On Friday, October 24th Participating South Carolina Panera Bread bakery-cafes will donate…
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Nonprofit Registration is Open for 5th Anniversary Year of Midlands Gives

24-hour online giving day to be hosted by Central Carolina Community Foundation on May 1, 2018 Sept. 26, 2017 (COLUMBIA, S.C.) – The fifth anniversary year of Midlands Gives, Central Carolina Community Foundation’s 24-hour online giving challenge, has begun. Nonprofit registration is now open for the May 1, 2018 giving day, which will again be…
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‘Putting for Palmetto Place’ to Tee Off in October

Annual Charity Event to Benefit Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter COLUMBIA, S.C. – Palmetto Place’s annual charity event “Putting for Palmetto Place” is coming up in October. The two-day event will include a pre-tournament Putting Party from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 19 at the City Market Place, 705 B Gervais St., Columbia, and a golf tournament beginning at…
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Midlands Gives 5th Anniversary Year – Nonprofit Registration Now Open

Nonprofit Registration is Open for 5th Anniversary Year of Midlands Gives 24-hour online giving day to be hosted by Central Carolina Community Foundation on May 1, 2018 Sept. 26, 2017 (COLUMBIA, S.C.) – The fifth anniversary year of Midlands Gives, Central Carolina Community Foundation’s 24-hour online giving challenge, has begun. Nonprofit registration is now open…
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Daybreak Ministries Names New Director of Youth Programs

Henryhand Hired to Lead Midlands Youth Empowerment Program [Columbia, SC- September , 2017] – Daybreak Ministries is pleased to announce the hiring of Whitney Henryhand as Director of Youth Programs. “I am extremely excited to have hired someone with Whitney’s background and expertise to head up our Youth Program,” said Executive Director Brennan Aschleman. A…
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Book Sale at Irmo Library Sept. 28 to Oct. 1

Books, Books, Books & More. The  Friends of the Irmo Branch Library will hold their annual Fall Book Sale Thursday, Sept. 28, – Sunday, Oct .1,  at the Irmo Branch Library, 6251 St. Andrews Road. The Members Only Sale will be 3-8 p.m. Thursday. You can become a member at the door for as little…
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Museum to host free lecture about military payment certificates

COLUMBIA, S.C. – As the Second World War wound to an end, a lot of American GIs were spreading around a lot of dollars in newly liberated and occupied parts of the world. The hard currency was welcome to locals, but it had a destabilizing influence on those countries’ economies, having such ill effects as…
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Harvest Hope receives $20,000 donation from Samsung Electronics America

September 21, 2017 (Columbia, SC): On Wednesday, September 20, Harvest Hope received a generous donation of $20,000 from Samsung Electronics America to assist in our disaster relief efforts. Since Hurricane Irma hit South Carolina a few weeks ago, the South Carolina State Guard and over 100 volunteers partnered with Harvest Hope to pack over 45,000…
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Heroes in Blue Plans Compassion in Action Rally on Second Anniversary of the Shooting Death of Officer Greg Alia

[caption id="attachment_11382" align="alignleft" width="300"] Kassy Alia[/caption] Columbia, SC – On September 30, 2017, Heroes in Blue Founder, Kassy Alia, will be joined by community leaders, guest speakers and Governor Henry McMaster to honor her late husband, Officer Greg Alia; and to call for compassion and change for our community and our nation. The Rally will be open to the public…
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