Category Archives: Nonprofit

Flood Victims Can Register for Federal Housing Assistance Beginning May 15

(Richland PIO)―Several Richland County residents are one step closer to returning home – to homes that no longer suffer from damage and mold as a result of the October 2015 flood. “It has been over a year and a half since the October 2015 flood, and, unfortunately, many Richland County residents’ homes remain significantly damaged,”…
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AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Receives United Way Spirit Award

Columbia, SC (May 8, 2017) – United Way of the Midlands presented its 2017 Spirit of the Midlands Award for Corporate Leadership to AgFirst Farm Credit Bank at the organization’s Major Firms CEO Breakfast on May 2. The bank was recognized for its overall spirit of giving through contributions of time, leadership and resources in…
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McNair Attorney Receives United Way of the Midlands’ Alyce Kemp DeWitt Award

[caption id="attachment_9166" align="alignleft" width="355"] Michael Weaver with wife, Heather, and their sons (l to r) Brooks and Brayden[/caption] [Columbia, SC – May 1, 2017] – Michael Weaver, a commercial bankruptcy and financial restructuring attorney at McNair Law Firm, has been honored by the United Way of the Midlands with the prestigious Alyce Kemp DeWitt Award.…
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American Red Cross appoints Chief Operating Officer

Nicole Miles-Kupka has joined the Palmetto South Carolina Region of the American Red Cross as the chief operating officer. [caption id="attachment_9125" align="alignleft" width="250"] Nicole Miles-Kupka[/caption] “We want to help people in their time of need,” Kupka said. “To do this, we must develop and maintain strong relationships with our volunteers, donors and partners.” Kupka will…
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Spring Valley Rotary supports Meals on Wheels

[caption id="attachment_9014" align="alignleft" width="4032"] Wendy Fuess (left), President of the Spring Valley Rotary Club and a member of Senior Resources’ Board of Directors, presents a grant of $1,500 to Senior Resources Executive Director Pam Dukes. With an additional $420 in funding from the Spring Valley Rotary raffle proceeds, the grant will provide Meals on Wheels…
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Savannah River Remediation’s Final Heart Walk Campaign Produces Largest Contribution in Company History

[caption id="attachment_9026" align="alignleft" width="2755"] From left, Savannah River Remediation employees Christine Ridgeway (co-chair), Joel Cantrell (sponsoring manager), and Christie Sudduth (chair).[/caption] AIKEN, S.C. (April 27, 2017)— Savannah River Remediation (SRR) employees have a lot to celebrate—exceeding their fundraising goal of $20,000 and setting a donation record of $33,785 for the Company’s final American Heart Association’s…
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First Annual Community Partners Awards

Columbia, South Carolina------ The United States Attorney’s Office (USAO) for the District of South Carolina works with numerous state, federal, not-for-profit, and private entities on crime prevention and reentry. These groups and agencies are using their expertise and energy to eradicate crime before it happens. To coincide with National Reentry Week, the USAO announces its…
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Tyson Foods grant supports Meals on Wheels

Tyson Foods has awarded a grant in the amount of $9,250 to Senior Resources’ Meals on Wheels program. The funding will provide daily delivery of a hot meal to five Richland County seniors for one year. “Most of us don’t realize how difficult it is for some people to simply leave their homes to get…
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