Since 1996, the Foundation has been addressing the root causes and effects of poverty in South Carolina, with 18 years of consecutive giving to Healthy Learners Statewide
Loyal supporter of Healthy Learners in Greenwood with $819,000 lifetime giving whose mission is “Our hearts, hands and minds are leading our communities to better health.”
Founded in 2009, Allendale’s largest supporter with $203,000 lifetime giving.
For over 12 years, the Foundation has supported our program in Greenwood with a total of $330,000 for general operating support to help their community improve and thrive.
Statewide giving to Healthy Learners across nearly two decades with grants totaling $1.3 million, to promote the health of South Carolinians and increase access to health care for the economically disadvantaged.
As the region’s largest healthcare provider, Tidelands Health has been supporting our Georgetown location for 12 consecutive years for a total of $413,000
Wonderful new funding partner for Healthy Learners in 2019. Mr. Levine was the founder of the Dollar General Stores and this legacy strives to make meaningful differences in the community.
A large national foundation, Raskob has been giving to many of the Sisters of Charity Health System’s ministries as they support organizations connected to the Catholic church.
Six years of giving to Georgetown for a total of $145,000. Tom & Jean Yawkey, long time owners of the Boston Red Sox, have provided support totaling $145,000 over six years to our program serving Georgetown County.
To support the mission to improve the quality of life for Georgetown County residents, The Bunnelle Foundation has awarded 13 years of consecutive giving to our Georgetown location totaling $1.1 million
Healthy Learners was awarded a Planning Grant in 2020 to build capacity to implement a full AmeriCorps program, which would utilize AmeriCorps members to expand our services into more counties across SC.
Through funds received from the One SC Fund at Central Carolina Community Foundation, Healthy Learners helped address needs during COVID-19. Funding was used for food preparation and distribution, Personal Protective Equipment, hygiene essentials, childcare services, and baby essentials needed during the pandemic.