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We are officially back to school! Pattison’s Academy will be offering both virtual and in-person learning options for our students. Not only are our kids catching up on their skills after 5 months without in person instruction, but thanks to Lowcountry Professional Network, they’re having fun while doing it! Thank you to all of our…

Metanoia Youth Leadership Academy virtual programming supplies are being sent to our leaders. We are ready to begin this semester of enriching and building young leaders! bookmark me

At CML, we know that families are struggling to navigate this challenging and ever-changing educational environment. We are committed to supporting families by facilitating CCSD’s Full-Time virtual and distanced learning and enhancing this experience with hands-on play and small group social interaction with our newest program offering: Schoolseum! Schoolseum will: support children’s academic progress by…

Along with online lessons, we are offering in-person music lessons with all safe precautions – social distancing, wearing face masks, washing hands and sanitizing. Call or email the office for more details: (843) 805-7794 bookmark me

As the seasons change and our residents get back to school, we reflected on just how much we have dealt with over the past 6 months. The CYDC team used a variety of strategies to cope with the disruptions and challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic. One thing that has helped many of our residents…

We are so excited to announce that our Balloon Tree is back out!! We haven’t been able to have it out since March due to business closures! Thank you Thomas & Hutton Mount Pleasant for hosting our balloon tree this month! We are so grateful for your continued support!! bookmark me

To our friends, donors, partners, and community,  As our communities cried out for justice and healing five years ago in the wake of the Walter Scott shooting and the Mother Emanuel AME tragedy, Coastal Community Foundation recognized we had a duty to show leadership in our region, to read reality truthfully and to confront the…

Like many South Carolinians, I vividly remember where I was when I heard the news of the shooting at Emanuel AME Church. At the time, I was CEO of the Capital Area United Way in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After a long day of traveling, I got a call from my mother, shaken, saying, “They shot…