United Way of the Midlands fosters partnerships with health and human service agencies that address human needs in the community and meet certain organizational standards.
Able South Carolina
Assists citizens with disabilities in a community-based model of education and support in an effort to help them recognize existing community resources, elevate personal opportunities and determine the direction of their lives.Agency number: 10144Phone: (803) 779-5121Website: https://www.able-sc.org/
Acercamiento Hispano/SC Hispanic Outreach
Works to preserve the dignity, promote the well-being, and improve the quality of life of the Hispanic/Latino community in SC.Agency number: 9131Phone: (803) 419-5192Website: http://www.schispanicoutreach.org/
Alston Wilkes Society
Provides offenders, former offenders, the homeless, troubled youth, veterans and their families the tools they need to become productive citizens.Agency number: 9204Phone: (803) 799-2490Website: http://www.alstonwilkessociety.org/
American Cancer Society Inc.
Advocate and leader in cancer treatment and research. Provides services including legal advocacy and referrals for cancer patients. Delivers early detection and prevention programs to individuals and families.Agency number: 9227Phone: (803) 750-1963Website: http://www.cancer.org/myacs/index
American Heart Association, Inc. - Mid-Atlantic Affiliate
Fighting to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by supporting research, education and community services.Agency number: 9309Phone: (803) 738-9540
Babcock Center, Inc.
Provides vocational training, residential care and transportation to people with lifelong disabilities such as autism, mental retardation, and brain or spinal cord injuries.Agency number: 9288Phone: (803) 799-1970Website: https://www.babcockcenter.org/
Boy Scouts of America, Indian Waters Council
Provides quality and effective programming to youth and families that teaches living skills, family responsibility, outdoor education, jobs skills, avocations, personal fitness, service, citizenship and healthy lifestyles.Agency number: 9216Phone: (803) 750-9868Website: https://www.indianwaters.org/
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Midlands
Provides daily access to a safe environment where children are offered quality programming in five core areas: education and career development; character and leadership development; cultural enrichment; health and life skills; and sport, fitness and recreation.Agency number: 9218Phone: (803) 231-3300Website: http://www.bgcmidland.org/
Serves as a haven for boys experiencing difficult family situations, making a difference in the lives of boys in need by providing a healthy, stable environment which helps them grow into productive young men with a positive outlook of the future.Agency number: 9636Phone: (803) 276-5910Website: http://www.boysfarm.org/index.php
Brookland Center for Community Economic Change
Brookland Center for Community Economic Change
Provides multi-generational programming and services aimed to advance community education, health, and financial stability via Brookland-Lakeview Empowerment Center.Agency number: 654696Phone: (803) 747-3519Website: https://brooklandlakeview.org/
Improve the lives of people by developing and promoting efforts to enhance their spiritual, emotional, physical, social, and economic well-being.Agency number: 9923Phone: (803) 744-7914Website: http://www.brooklandfoundation.org/
Calhoun County First Steps
First Steps South Carolina First Steps to School Readiness (First Steps) is an initiative to help Calhoun County children to reach first grade healthy and ready to succeed.Agency number: 9065Phone: (803) 655-5126
Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity
Partners with low-income families to build houses for their ownership. Volunteers build the house and the homeowner assumes an interest-free mortgage.Agency number: 9633Phone: (803) 252-3570Website: http://www.habitatcsc.org/
Chapin We Care Center
Works with community families and individuals facing emergencies related to their basic living needs.Agency number: 9336Phone: (803) 345-3244Website: http://www.chapinwecare.org/
City Year Columbia
Unites a diverse group of young people, ages 17-24, for a demanding year of full-time community service, leadership development, and civic engagement.Agency number: 9758Phone: (803) 254-3349Website: https://www.cityyear.org/columbia
Columbia Urban League, Inc.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan, interracial organization serving economically disadvantaged individuals and families in the Midlands through employment, education, welfare and legal services to the elderly.Agency number: 9224Phone: (803) 799-8150Website: http://www.columbiaurbanleague.org/
Communities In Schools of the Midlands, Inc.
Mobilizes the community and partners with schools to prevent children from dropping out by brokering volunteer, in-kind and agency resources.Agency number: 9647Phone: (803) 254-9727Website: http://www.cism.org/
Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center
Provides comprehensive assessment and treatment services to physically/sexually abused children up to 18 years of age living in the Midlands of South Carolina.Agency number: 9856Phone: (803) 358-7200Website: https://www.dickersoncac.org/
Edisto Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
Partners with low-income families to build houses for their ownership. Volunteers build the house and the homeowner assumes an interest-free mortgage.Agency number: 9015Phone: (803) 539-2242
EdVenture's mission is to inspire children to experience the joy of learning.Agency number: 9962Phone: (803) 779-3100Website: http://www.edventure.org/
Statewide educational organization, that provides training, education, public awareness, and advocacy for the reduction of teen pregnancy.Agency number: 9544Phone: (803) 771-7700Website: https://www.teenpregnancysc.org/
Fairfield Behavioral Health Services
Provides comprehensive substance abuse intervention, prevention and referral services.Agency number: 9703Phone: (803) 635-2335Website: http://www.fairfieldbhs.org/
Fairfield County First Steps
Provides affordable, quality childcare. Approaches children’s school readiness needs in five ways: Family Strengthening, Healthy Start, Quality Child Care, Early Education, and School Transition.Agency number: 9566Phone: 803-635-1590
Family Connection of South Carolina, Inc.
Parent-to-parent network of family-focused support to strengthen families who have children with developmental delays, disabilities or chronic illnesses.Agency number: 9623Phone: (803) 252-0914Website: http://www.familyconnectionsc.org/
Free Medical Clinic of Newberry County
Understands and serves the health and wellness needs of the medically underserved, and their households, who live and work in Newberry County.Agency number: 10178Phone: (803) 276-6665Website: http://www.newberryclinic.org/
Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina
Provides informal educational programs to girls ages 5-17 to help girls achieve full potential, relate better to others, develop values and contribute to the community.Agency number: 9770Phone: (843) 669-5174Website: http://www.girlscoutsesc.org/
Girl Scouts of South Carolina - Mountains to Midlands, Inc.
Provides informal educational programs to girls ages 5-17 to help girls achieve full potential, relate better to others, develop values and contribute to the community.Agency number: 9246Phone: (864) 770-1400Website: http://www.gssc-mm.org/
Good Samaritan Clinic
Serves as a liaison between Hispanics and the different services, programs and resources available in the community. Offers a free medical clinic that has been serving the community since 2001.Agency number: 10176Phone: (803) 790-0239Website: https://goodsamaritansc.org/
Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina, Inc.
Helps people with disabilities and other special needs become fully independent citizens through education, employment, and training leading to job placement.Agency number: 9483Phone: (864) 351-0158Website: http://www.goodwillsc.org/
Growing Home Southeast, Inc.
Enable at-risk children, youth, and families to realize their potential and contribute to their community.Agency number: 9047Phone: (803) 791-5513Website: http://www.growinghomese.com/
Harvest Hope Food Bank, Inc.
Since 1981, sharing and gathering quality food with dignity, compassion and education in 18 South Carolina counties, to over 370 nonprofit agencies serving hungry people.Agency number: 9249Phone: (803) 254-4432Website: https://www.harvesthope.org/
Healthy Learners is a faith-based non-profit that connects children to care so that poor health is not an obstacle to doing well in school. We address poverty as its root, so that future generations can lift themselves, and their communities, to a better life.Agency number: 9295Phone: (803) 454-0350Website: http://healthylearners.com/
Home Works of America, Inc.
A volunteer ecumenical effort, enabling teens make repairs and improvements to homes for the elderly and disadvantaged.Agency number: 9494Phone: (803) 781-4536Website: http://www.homeworksofamerica.org/
Homeless No More
Addresses the root causes of homelessness by providing safe, affordable housing and offering a structured support program to homeless families.Agency number: 9903Phone: (803) 256-3999Website: http://www.homelessnomoresc.org/
IT-oLogy is a nonprofit working to grow the number of IT professionals in South Carolina.Agency number: 654443Phone: (844) 486-5649Website: https://www.it-ology.org/
James R. Clark Memorial Sickle Cell Foundation
Provides testing for and access to information on sickle cell anemia, sickle cell trait and other blood abnormalities.Agency number: 9505Phone: (803) 765-9916
Lexington County First Steps
Supports families in Lexington County so that all children enter school ready to learn.Agency number: 10351Phone: (803) 532-6861
Lexington/Richland Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, Inc.
Provides intervention, prevention and treatment services for alcohol and other drug abuse. Offers inpatient, outpatient and community awareness programs throughout Richland and Lexington counties.Agency number: 9270Phone: (803) 726-9301Website: http://www.lradac.org/
Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas
Quality programs for individual and families including adoption, residential child care/treatment, family counseling and education, refugee services, prison ministry and developmental disability services.Agency number: 9673Phone: (803) 750-9917Website: http://www.lfscarolinas.org/
Mental Illness Recovery Center, Inc.
Provides social rehabilitation, representative payee, mental illness management, supportive housing, and homeless services to persons recovering from mental illness.Agency number: 9242Phone: (803) 786-1844Website: http://www.mirci.org/
Midlands Fatherhood Coalition
The Midlands Fatherhood Coalition engages fathers in the positive support of their children and enhances community support for fatherhood throughout the Midlands.Agency number: 10181Phone: (803) 933-0052Website: http://www.midlandsfathers.com/
Midlands Housing Trust Fund
The Midlands Housing Trust Fund provides financing, technical assistance, and advocacy for the construction, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable housing in the Midlands.Agency number: 1334Phone: (803) 764-3976Website: http://midlandshousing.org/
Mission Lexington (LICS)
Mission Lexington is a local interfaith social services ministry serving families and individuals struggling to meet their basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter.Agency number: 9670Phone: (803) 568-3112Website: http://www.missionlexingtonsc.org/
Newberry County Council on Aging
Home delivered and senior center meals, homecare, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, Health and Wellness programs, insurance counseling, legal services, Alzheimer’s Disease support, Adult Day Care.Agency number: 9228Phone: (803) 276-8266Website: http://www.nccoa.org/
Newberry County First Steps
Working in partnership with parents, families, caregivers, educators, and our community, Newberry County First Steps fosters nurturing experiences so that children will reach their highest potential.Agency number: 654689Phone: 803.321.1073Website: https://www.newberryfirststeps.org
One80 Place provides food, shelter and hope to end homelessness and hunger one person at a time, one family at a time.Agency number: 9865Phone: (843) 723-9477Website: https://one80place.org/
Orangeburg Area Boys and Girls Club
Promotes positive youth development and strengthens family support systems through one-to-one caring relationships with committed volunteers.Agency number: 9104Phone: (803) 747-4130Website: http://www.bgcorangeburg.com/
Orangeburg County Council on Aging
Promoting physical and mental well-being of persons in Orangeburg County over 60 years of age.Agency number: (803) 531-4663Phone: 9609
Orangeburg County First Steps
Provides access and awareness of early childhood development to the families of all children through community partnerships, program funding and fostering parental involvement.Agency number: 10145Phone: (803) 987-4164Website: http://orangeburgfirststeps.org/
Orangeburg-Calhoun Free Medical Clinic
Understands and serves the health and wellness needs of the medically uninsured that live in Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties to empower the individual and family to reach optimal health and be productive citizens.Agency number: 10182Phone: (803) 534-7200Website: http://www.ocfreeclinic.com/
Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services
PALSS provides emotional and practical support to individuals, their families or loved ones affected by the HIV disease.Agency number: 9594Phone: (803) 779-7257Website: http://www.palss.org/
Palmetto Place Children and Youth Services
During temporary residence, comprehensive physical and emotional care-giving for child maltreatment victims ranging in age from birth to 17 years is provided.Agency number: 9263Phone: (803) 786-6819Website: http://www.palmettoplace.org/
Pathways to Healing
Provides 24-hour crisis intervention, hospital accompaniment, individual and group counseling and legal advocacy to survivors of sexual assault and their families.Agency number: 9371Phone: (803) 790-8208Website: https://pathwaystohealing.com/
Integrated healthcare delivery system for uninsured Richland County residents who have incomes less than 200% of the federal poverty guideline.Agency number: 9000Phone: (803) 296-2220
Project Life: Positeen
Developing successful learners by providing a challenging academic and cultural foundation in which students become problem solvers.Agency number: 9109Phone: (803) 534-4263Website: http://www.positeen.weebly.com/
Reach Out and Read - Carolinas
Promotes early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud.Agency number: 10349Phone: (803) 434-2523Website: http://www.reachoutandreadsc.org/
Richland County First Steps
Through family and community involvement, Richland County First Steps will assist children to reach school healthy and ready to learn.Agency number: 9575Phone: (803) 212-4200Website: http://rcfirststeps.org/
Richland County Public Education Partners
Supports the public education system through community engagement, advocacy, and programming, such as the Resiliency Team model at Jackson Creek Elementary.Agency number: 654695Phone: (803) 351-0436Website: www.rcpep.org
Provides and promotes unrestricted access to facilities, information, services, materials and technologies for all. Encourages and supports the development of literacy at every age level and supports reading for information and enjoyment.Agency number: 9297Phone: (803) 799-9084Website: http://richlandlibrary.com/
Salvation Army - Columbia Corps
Feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, provides crisis assistance to meet basic human needs, Christmas distribution, youth programs, substance abuse rehabilitation and disaster relief services.Agency number: 9272Phone: (803) 765-0260Website: http://www.doingthemostgood.org/
Senior Resources, Inc.
Provides services, such as congregate and home-based meals, home care, transportation and respite to promote healthy independent living to seniors and others.Agency number: 9292Phone: (803) 252-7734Website: http://www.seniorresourcesinc.org/
Provides services to and advocacy for abused women and their families in Columbia. Promotes the prevention of domestic violence through community education.Agency number: 9274Phone: (803) 926-0505Website: http://www.sistercare.com/
South Carolina Autism Society, Inc.
Provides information, education and support to individuals with autism, their families and professional caregivers. Works to increase the public’s awareness about autism.Agency number: 9276Phone: (803) 750-6988Website: http://www.scautism.org/
The Cooperative Ministry, Inc.
Offers direct financial assistance, counseling, information, referrals, clothing and furniture, and long-term programs to address the root causes of poverty.Agency number: 9687Phone: (803) 799-3853Website: http://www.coopmin.org/
The Free Medical Clinic, Inc.
The Free Medical Clinic provides quality health care and medications, at no cost, to the most vulnerable in our community who cannot afford such services.Agency number: 9221Phone: (803)765-1503Website: https://www.freemedclinic.org/
The Samaritan House of Orangeburg
The Samaritan House provides temporary housing, outreach programs and transitional services to the homeless in Orangeburg, SCAgency number: 9016Phone: (803) 809-1090
Moves people from homelessness to permanent housing via Transitions Center. Various strategies and types of housing are used to help stabilize individuals living on the street and enroll them in services designed to stabilize their lives, increase their income, and help them secure permanent housing.Agency number: 10180Phone: (803) 708-4861Website: http://transitionssc.org/
Vital Connections of the Midlands, Inc.
To make a positive difference in the lives of young children, especially those in need by providing high quality early education and parent education services that help support families and children.Agency number: 9862Phone: (803) 661-8685Website: http://www.vcmidlands.org/
Wings for Kids
Equips at-risk children with the skills they need to succeed in school, stay in school and thrive in life.Agency number: 654468Phone: (843) 352-3361Website: http://www.wingsforkids.org