Black South Carolinians in the Charleston area still see discrimination as a problem when it comes to employment and economic opportunity, and that was before the latest recession set in.
Coastal Community Foundation President and CEO Darrin Goss questions this aspirational slogan and discusses what’s needed to achieve it
The scholarship aims to help young, black students obtain access to higher education via comprehensive financial, emotional and administrative support. Four years after its founding, the first class of scholars from across Beaufort, Charleston and Jasper counties have graduated from college.
Pattison’s Academy is an education and rehabilitation academy for children with disabilities and their families in the Tri-County area. After the governor ordered schools to be closed, the teachers and therapists had to figure out a new way to help the students.
The Coastal Community Foundation and its partners said Tuesday that an effort to boost their COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund exceeded its original goal by $200,000.
Blackbaud founder Tony Bakker, his wife, Linda, and their two children, James Bakker and Katy Bakker McKee, pledged Tuesday to match donations of up to $500,000 to the COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund through April 20.