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For more than 45 years, AMI-KIDS has empowered over 122,000 kids across the country to discover the potential within them to transform their lives and send them on the road to success.
The Chandler Cemetery Fund is a private Trust for the maintenance of a family cemetery.
This scholarship is given annually to a graduating senior at Clinton High School. The scholarship is both need-based and academic based. Applications for the scholarship are available at Clinton High School Guidance Counselor's Office.
The Family YMCA of Greater Laurens is dedicated to providing programs and services that build health of spirit, mind and body for all in Laurens County. The YMCA brings together young and old, men and women, and people of all faiths, backgrounds and incomes.
YMCA of Greater
This endowment allows the philanthropic community to have options as to how they wish to help the indigent and most needy in Laurens County, by either giving directly to the Clinic for acute needs, or by donating to the Foundation to preserve the future of this important volunteer organization.
This scholarship, in honor of the scholarships' namesakes, Charles L. Cummins, Jr. and Mae B. Wham, is given annually to one or more deserving high school graduates in Laurens County.
The First Presbyterian Church of Clinton Fund was established to promote the Church's mission, values and goals. To learn more, click on the photo above.
This endowment was created as support for patients who do not have a funding source and to assure the community of Hospice Care. Patients and families will be provided physical, emotional and spiritual comfort as they deal with a terminal illness.
Hospice of Laurens
This private fund was established to maintain the cemetery at Holly Grove Baptist Church.
The fund was created to continue the mission of the Center to motivate and teach young people and adults how to preserve the unique woodland ecosystem in Laurens County by teaching the natural sciences in a woodland setting.
Joe Adair Outdoor
The fund was established to support programs for the benefit of residents of Laurens County as directed by the Rotary Club.
The Laurens County Humane Society is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals while promoting adoption of homeless pets into loving permanent homes through its no kill shelter.
Humane Society Fund
The fund is to maintain and upgrade the Ferguson Meditation Garden at the Laurens County Memorial Hospital. This garden is a place of tranquility adjacent to the hospital to be used by all for meditation and rest.
Ferguson Meditation Garden Fund
The Whitten Center is a residential facility of the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs. The Center serves residents of all ages with developmental disabilities. Contact 864-938-3422 for information about the facility.
The Todd Fund is a Donor Advised Fund and the Fund designates and directs how and where donations are distributed within the Laurens County community. For more information, please contact the Laurens County Community Foundation.
The Todd Fund
This fund was established to maintain the cemetery at Leesville Southern Methodist Church.
Leesville Southern Methodist Church Cemetery Fund
First Steps Readiness Fund supports child care scholarships for families where the parent is working on their GED, or working to further their education in order to develop skills that will enable them to be employed in the community.
First Steps Scholarship Fund
The First Baptist Church Clinton Fund is to promote the Church's mission, values and goals.
First Baptist Church Clinton Fund
The fund was given by John and Harriett Faris to benefit the ministries of First Baptist Church, of which they were members and where they served as significant leaders throughout their lives.
First Baptist Church Laurens Fund
The family of Thom Copeland created a scholarship fund in memory of Thom, to assist Clinton High School graduates in their pursuit of a higher education, creating a special fund devoted to granting scholarships to individuals which represent the qualities and characteristics of Thom Copeland.
Thom Copeland Scholarship Endowment
The family of Kevin Adams established the fund in memory of Kevin. Kevin suffered from Type 1 Diabetes and died on March 5, 1999. Kevin was a junior at Clinton High School at the time of his death. Each year a graduating Senior who exemplifies the qualities of responsibility, discipline, character, and service will be awarded Kevin's Scholarship to assist in reaching his or her future goals of a higher Education.