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  • 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. 

    Phone: (803) 779-5121
    Agency number: 10144
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 419-5192
    Agency number: 9131
  • Alston Wilkes Society

    Provides offenders, former offenders, the homeless, troubled youth, veterans and their families the tools they need to become productive citizens.

    Phone: (803) 799-2490
    Agency number: 9204
  • 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.

    Phone: (803)-750-1693
    Agency number: 9227
  • 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. 

    Phone: (803) 738-9540
    Agency number: 9309
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 799-1970
    Agency number: 9288
  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Columbia, Inc.

    Promotes positive youth development and strengthens family support systems through one-to-one caring relationships with committed volunteers.

    Phone: (803) 691-5700
    Agency number: 9220
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 750-9868
    Agency number: 9216
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 231-3300
    Agency number: 9218
  • Boys Farm

    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.

    Phone: (803) 276-5910
    Agency number: 9636
  • Brookland Foundation

     

    Improve the lives of people by developing and promoting efforts to enhance their spiritual, emotional, physical, social, and economic well-being. 

    Phone: (803) 744-7914
    Agency number: 9923
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 655-5126
    Agency number: 9065
  • 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.

    Phone: (803) 252-3570
    Agency number: 9633
  • Chapin We Care Center

     

    Works with community families and individuals facing emergencies related to their basic living needs. 

     

    Phone: (803) 345-3244
    Agency number: 9336
  • 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

    Phone: (803) 254-3349
    Agency number: 9758

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