Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina Celebrates Staff Advancement

Columbia, SC -- The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is thrilled to announce the recent professional advancement of Sarah Katherine Catalano. Catalano, who joined the organization in early 2022, has been promoted to the role of Community Engagement Manager. In her new capacity, Catalano will spearhead the coordination of community engagement activities, further enhancing the Foundation’s advocacy work, nurturing community relationships, and fortifying partnerships with grantees. She will also serve as the main point of contact for the foundation’s communications efforts, acting as a bridge between grantmaking initiatives, external engagement endeavors, and mission and values.

This advancement comes as a testament to Catalano’s dedication and hard work in contributing to the mission of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina.

“Sarah Katherine brings unique gifts to the work of the Foundation,” says Donna Waites, foundation president. “She undeniably exhibits our core values and is devoted to helping reduce poverty in South Carolina. We are very grateful that she is a part of our team.”

About Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina: Founded in 1996, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System. With a legacy of awarding over $80 million in grants since its inception, the Foundation remains committed to addressing the root causes and consequences of poverty throughout the state of South Carolina. Through strategic resource allocation, proactive action, advocacy, and leadership, the Foundation continues to make a meaningful impact on the communities it serves.


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