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Philanthropy For All
Our welcoming community initiatives engage diverse communities in addressing relevant needs and celebrates the rich cultural diversity that defines our region.
The Soul of Philanthropy Exhibit
Giving Back:The Soul of Philanthropy Reframed and Exhibited is a groundbreaking museum exhibition dedicated to sharing the tradition of African-American philanthropy. The exhibit presents the long and unsung legacy of black philanthropy- from generous donors of wealth to everyday givers.
The exhibit will make its South Carolina debut February 10, 2018 through May 6, 2018 at the Richland Main Library. The exhibition is brought to you by Central Carolina Community Foundation, Richland Library, and Women Engaged.
For more information, please visit the exhibit website.
Local Giving Circles
- Women In Philanthropy (WIP) provides an opportunity for a number of strong, caring and focused women to come together to learn about financial and philanthropic issues and to address the needs of women and children in the area.
- Cola Gives, an African American giving circle.
- Women Engaged, an African American Women's giving circle focused on sharing resources and supporting causes in communities across South Carolina.