Giving Day Wrap Up

As we start winding down from Giving Day and all the excitement that transpired over those 24 thrilling hours, let us pause and acknowledge the incredible feat we pulled off as a community. With more than 6,500 individual gifts, Lift the Lowcountry led the nation in total funds raised. While working to tally things up and finalize a grand total, we look forward to celebrating the actual amount with you in the near future.
We’re so impressed with the collaboration and teamwork that led up to Giving Day, and we credit the success of the event to the work 94 nonprofits did to network with each other and the community in advance of May 6th. This was not a small operation, and it would not have been successful without their commitment and dedication.
The demonstration of generosity on Giving Day is a true testament to the importance our community places on the Lowcountry’s nonprofits. As we look ahead to what these funds will help accomplish, this event and the people who contributed to it are reminders of how fortunate we are to live in a community of engaged and invested citizens.
Congratulations on a successful Giving Day!

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