South Carolina


In  South Carolina, the Family Resources Community Action (FRCA) works based on a model of empowerment. From the organization’s website, its vision statement:

Vision Statement

Family Resources Community Action empowers families and individuals to achieve their potential to become productive citizens. Through its programs, advocacy and collaborative initiatives, families and individuals will have their basic needs met and develop the capacity to become fully functioning human beings and members of society.

Your donation to Family Resources Community Action supports programs that strengthen vulnerable individuals and families and helps people become self sufficient, productive members of society. There are many ways for individuals, groups (schools, clubs, faith-based organizations) and companies to donate. Whatever the amount or form, we greatly appreciate your support!

FRCA is now able to accept car donations throughtransMISSIONS, a vehicle donation alliance of Good News Garage, a program that accepts, repairs and awards donated vehicles to low income families so they can commute to work, early a living and build a better life. All donations qualify for a tax deduction, and some may qualify for fair market value–the highest donation allowable under curent IRS regulations. Your donation will help FRCA as we work to strengthen families and individuals.

Click here to donate your unused car to FRCA. Click here for the flier. For more information, contact Dawn Camara at 235-6082 or dcamara@famresri.org

CONTACT INFORMATION

Your support is vital.

Children Come First (CCF) is a non-profit organization supported entirely through donations made by individuals, community groups, businesses and foundations.  Its primary purpose is to provide a unified voice in advocating for systemic change in South Carolina’s foster care system.  Our goal is to end the problem of South Carolina’s hidden ‘homeless.’  If you care about South Carolina’s abandoned, abused and neglected children, as well as the economic health of our state, we invite you to join our effort.

Because Children Come First is a 501(c)4 organization, personal contributions are not tax-deductible, though corporate contributions may be considered a business expense.  Please give us a call for contributions larger than $1,000.  You may also send your contribution to:

Children Come First

602 Meeting Street, Suite B

West Columbia, SC  29169

(803) 603-0977


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