Sisters of Charity Foundation of S.C. Invests in Nonprofits Impacted by COVID-19

Press Release

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina awarded 21 grants totaling $83,000 this week to organizations that are meeting the urgent needs of individuals and families who have been impacted by the effects of COVID-19.

“In addition to supporting organizations that are providing food, utilities, housing, and other vital services to our state’s most vulnerable during this health and economic crisis, we are also contributing to the One SC Relief Fund,” Tom Keith, president of Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, said. "One SC was set up to distribute money to charitable organizations throughout the state that are on the ground and immediately responding to the pandemic.”

The full list of Urgent Need grantee partners is below:

  • One SC Fund, statewide
  • ACTS of Aiken, Aiken County
  • Catholic Charities' Mercy Mission in Hardeeville, Jasper County
  • Christian Assistance Bridge, Richland and Lexington County
  • Community Kitchen, Horry County
  • Felician Center, Williamsburg County
  • Food for the Soul Kershaw, Kershaw County
  • FoodShare, statewide
  • Golden Corner Food Pantry, Oconee County
  • Helping Hands of Georgetown, Georgetown County
  • Hope in Lancaster, Lancaster County
  • Neighbor to Neighbor, Horry County
  • New Directions,   Horry County
  • Our Lady of Mercy Outreach Center, Charleston County
  • Palmetto Place Children and Youth Services, Richland County
  • Senior Resources, Richland County
  • Shifa Free Clinic, Charleston County
  • St. Francis Center, Beaufort County
  • Transitions Midlands Housing Alliance, Richland County
  • United Way of Kershaw, Kershaw County
  • Vital Aging of Williamsburg, Williamsburg County

About Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina 

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, founded in 1996. Their mission is to address the needs of families and individuals experiencing poverty throughout the state of South Carolina. Through the strategic use of resources they seek to reduce poverty through action, advocacy and leadership. 

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