The George Rogers Foundation Gala and Golf Tournament was held June 23 and 24. The foundation was created with a mission to give financial aid to first generation college students. Rogers, a first generation college graduate, wanted to provide the same opportunity for others in South Carolina. The foundation has
Wells Fargo today presented United Way of the Midlands with a corporate gift of $75,000 June 10 to support local early childhood literacy efforts. “When companies like Wells Fargo invest in our children, the possibilities are endless and allow us the opportunity to create long-term change in our community,” said
Non-Profit Plans to Raise Money for Families with Children Battling Cancer A Healing Grace non-profit is excited to announce on June 1, 2019 from 6:00pm-9:00pm, they will hold a Community Dance-a-thon at the Lexington Leisure Center Gymnasium. The Community Dance-a-thon will be a public event where all proceeds will benefit
After a month-long effort, Express Oil Change & Tire Engineers has raised $10,000 for Harvest Hope during their annual giving campaign. For every oil change performed in the Columbia area during November, Express Oil Change & Tire Engineers donated $1 and accepted customer donations. “The holidays are one of our
Keep the Midlands Beautiful hosted a Gala for a Greener Midlands November 16 at the River Center at Saluda Shoals Park. During the evening’s festivities, the Midlands Green Awards were presented. All funds raised will go towards beautification in the Midlands. The Midlands Green Award winners were nominated by citizens
The Town of Lexington annual Toys for Tots “Fill the MRAP” campaign began November 20 and will continue through December 10 with donation events scheduled at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex, the Icehouse Amphitheater, Kmart, Target, Walmart, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt and Mellow Mushroom. As in years past, the objective
South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond has announced the Angels of 2018. Ten Angels as well as one Honorary Angel were recognized at a press conference and honored with a reception in the Secretary of State’s Office. The Angels honored represent organizations that exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina.