One SC Fund Grants

The One SC Fund is a fundraising effort that helps South Carolinians who are recovering from a disaster, such as Hurricane Matthew and the 2015 Thousand Year Flood.

To make a donation to the One SC Fund, please click here.

Former Governor Nikki Haley- with the help of Central Carolina Community Foundation and a team of South Carolinians from entertainment, business and public service-announced the One SC Fund in November 2015 after flooding touched South Carolinians from every walk of life.

Established to help South Carolinians recover from a disaster, the One SC Fund was first used to support nonprofit organizations providing relief and recovery assistance to flood victims in the 24 FEMA designated emergency counties. When Hurricane Matthew struck our state in October 2016, the Fund was also used to support nonprofit organizations providing relief and recovery assistance to those impacted by the Hurricane. Thanks to many generous donors throughout the state and nation, the Fund has distributed over $3,200,000 in grants to nonprofits to support disaster recovery projects across our state that have helped over 1,500 families return home.

Effective September 8, 2017, the One SC Fund will provide grants to fund relief, recovery and/or rebuilding assistance programs from state-declared emergencies provided by nonprofit organizations. Individuals are not eligible to apply.

For more information on the One SC Fund, click here.

Apply for a Grant

Applications for the One SC Relief Fund grants are closed. 

Information for Grant Recipients

If your nonprofit received a grant from the One SC Fund, please use the link below to submit your grant report.

Questions? Contact Erin Johnson, VP for Community Investment at or 803.978.7822.

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