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Fundraising Campaign

We are hoping to harness the power of the Dollar to create big changes in communities across South Carolina. Put your dollar to work, partner with us,  become a power for good,  and a champion for your community.

GSCDC Projects & Programs

FY 2020  

100 Summer Camp Scholarships:

Assist low-income children to participate in educational, cultural, and socially enriching summer camps May-August 2020

100 Scholarships to a Masonry Voc Rehabilitation Program :

Non-traditional adult workers are often marginalized within the workforce due to a lack of skills. We seek to assist 100 unemployed, low-income adult workers enroll and complete a Masonry Voc Rehabilitation Program.

100 Roofs ReCovered:

Through our anchor project, ReCover SC Initiative,  we seek to repair 100 roofs for residents affected by the historic flood of 2015 to provide safe and healthy housing. 

100 Counseling Services Scholarships:

Assist low-income, underinsured, and/or no insured residents attend counseling services to address addiction and other mental health areas. 

1,000 Winter Coats - Coats & Cocoa Winter Donation Drive 

The event will provide winter coats, hot cocoa, and a hot meal to our neighbors in emergency and temporary housing through the Housing Authority, Oliver Gospel Mission, and Transitions.  

1,000 Banking Account Start-Ups for Financial Literacy Training & Education Program :

In South Carolina, 10%  of households are unbanked or underbanked with no knowledge about the importance of banking, savings, credit, or financial health.  This number is significantly higher in low-income, underserved communities. We seek to provide financial literacy training and assist 1,000 residents with opening new bank accounts with partner financial institutions.   

10,000 Meals to the Homeless & Food Insecure Residents 

Food insecure residents range from our homeless population to minors in low-income families, young adults attending college, the working poor, and senior citizens.  We seek to provide meals to these residents throughout the year. 


Four quarters, ten dimes, twenty nickels, or a hundred pennies is one dollar and it can mean a lot to a person in need.

We are 501 (c) 3 non-profit organizations. Contributions (both in-kind and monetary) are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.  

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