June 17, 2011

Concert by Nashville Musicians to Benefit Healthy Learners

In the spirit of Nashville and its famous Bluebird Café, local musicians will share their songs and the stories behind them on June 30 at “Songwriters in the Round,” an annual benefit for Healthy Learners. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at Litchfield by the Sea Beach Clubhouse, located at 780 Retreat Beach Circle, in Pawleys Island, S.C. The concert will feature acoustic performances by Sarah Majors, Megan Mullins, Shawn Camp and Phillip Lammonds. More...
June 14, 2011

Alice Hurley Receives Leadership In Diversity Award from Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina honored Alice Hurley with its inaugural Leadership In Diversity Award at its annual Responsive Grants Luncheon on June 13, 2011. The Leadership In Diversity Award, established to commemorate the Foundation’s 15 years in philanthropy, recognizes an individual or organization that illustrates exemplary performance in the area of diversity and inclusion. The award honors those that serve as a model and whose accomplishments are made through community engagement, awareness, bridge building, compassionate leadership and courageous advocacy. More...
June 9, 2011

Providence Hospitals Heart Program Again Rated in Top 10% Nationally

Providence Heart & Vascular Institute has again been recognized for its quality outcomes. For the ninth consecutive rating period, the Institute has received a “3 star” rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), which denotes the highest category of quality. More...
June 1, 2011

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina Awards $79,500 in Grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has awarded 31 Caritas grants, totaling $64,500, and three other grants, totaling $15,000, to nonprofit and faith-based organizations across South Carolina. Caritas grants are for organizations providing outreach services to the poor and marginalized. They are one-year grants designed for organizations with annual budgets of less than $250,000. More...
May 31, 2011

Columbia Star Highlights Success of Fatherhood Initiatives in South Carolina

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina and South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families were featured in the following Columbia Star story for their work to enlighten the minds, encourage the hearts, and empower the spirits of men as fathers. More...
May 16, 2011

Letter to the Editor: Sisters Making South Carolina Better

In 2011, the three foundations of the Sisters of Charity Health System celebrate their 15th anniversary. In note of this milestone and all the work that came before it, Tom Keith, president of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, penned the following letter to The State, which published it on May 16, 2011. More...
May 12, 2011

We Are Thankful

…to our Sisters of Charity Health System physicians, nurses, administrators, volunteers and associates for providing quality, compassionate health care to the community. More...
May 10, 2011

Providence Hospitals Awards Scholarship to Medical Student

Providence Hospitals has named Daniel Apple as its second recipient of the Dr. Preston A. Jones Memorial Scholarship. Apple, a fourth-year medical student at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, plans to enter a career in ophthalmology upon his graduation in May 2011. More...
May 6, 2011

Foundation accepting applications for leadership training programs

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is accepting applications until June 30, 2011, for two leadership programs geared towards leaders in the nonprofit sector. Both programs, which aim to help nonprofit leaders in South Carolina take their skills to the next level, are part of the foundation’s Carolina Academy for Nonprofits, which offers workshops to nonprofit organizations. More...
May 5, 2011

Foundations Celebrate 15th Anniversary

The Sisters of Charity Foundations of Canton, Cleveland and South Carolina were established in 1996 with the charge to address the root causes of poverty in the communities they serve. In 2011, the Sisters of Charity Foundations celebrate 15 years of ministry. The foundations reaffirm the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine’s commitment to the materially poor, extending the health, education and human services ministry and purpose of the congregation to more holistically serve God’s people. Collectively, the Sisters of Charity Foundations have invested more than $110 million in their communities throughout the last 15 years. This year, each foundation will celebrate their anniversary with convenings, materials and special events designed to continue to tell the story and impact of this critical ministry. More...

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