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Career Center - New & Improved

Together SC Career Center Getting Easier and More Effective for Members and Job Seekers Interested in a more efficient and effective way to reach and engage qualified nonprofit professionals? The Together SC Career Center has you covered. Together SC is launching an improved online career...


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I Am Not Alright

Hello Allies. As many of you know, on May 18th, when I was set to host a Together SC call with Congressman Cunningham to discuss South Carolina’s plans to reopen the economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic, an Internet troll disrupted the call. Those on the call were exposed to sexually explicit...


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Video-Conferencing - Getting it Right

Dear Allies As many of you know, a recent call with Congressman Cunningham was "zoom-bombed." Despicable images, words and sounds were shared. Fortunately, this happened while we were admitting folks to the call and before the program started. Regardless, we know the content was harmful and...


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As South Carolina recovers, lets make equity a priority

Published May 20, 2020 in The Post and Courier By Melanie Huggins and Sherrie Snipes-Williams As Gov. Henry McMaster, accelerateSC and leaders across our beloved state continue to tackle the daunting task of reopening and rebuilding our economy, we and the Together SC network of nonprofit...


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How SC could help minority businesses

Published in The Greenville News, on May 20, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging the health, social fabric and economies of our communities, our country, and in fact the world. Two very powerful revelations have occurred: The virus is having a disproportionate effect on communities of color...


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Letter to the Together SC Membership

Hello Allies. Together SC knows the CovidÔÇÉ19 pandemic has had a financial impact on many, if not all, of our members and the broader nonprofit community in our state. Your Together SC team has been working hard to provide you with as many resources as possible to help get you and your organization...


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Leading Through Crisis: The Nonprofit Series

Allies for Good: As we now extend our new reality, life with COVID-19 and beyond, there is much that we still don’t know or understand. What is clear is that we are in a time unlike any other. In that spirit, we have started a blog series to share some insights and recommendations that are...


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What Robert's Rules Say...

Robert's Rules of Order: For over a century, it has been the favored authority on meeting procedure for non-legislative deliberative bodies in the United States. There are others, but when most people think of motions and ayes and noes, the name Robert comes to mind before all others. Some love...


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Applying for SBA Loans?

NOTE: This information is based on our best understanding, but cannot be relied upon as legal advice. Please confirm this information with your loan officer, financial advisor, or attorney. May 26 Update: In the new guidance issued by SBA, it seems that EIDL Advances are now deducted from the...


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One SC Fund Activated

One SC Fund Activated To Fund Statewide COVID-19 Response Efforts Funders across South Carolina collaborate to design expedient, efficient, and equitable use of funds Columbia, S.C. (March 20, 2020) –The One SC Fund, housed at Central Carolina Community Foundation, has been activated...


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Looking to Lead Together SC?

March 25, 2020 - A quick update. Thank you to the 50+ individuals who have completed the form letting us know of your interest in serving with Together SC. We realize most of you submitted your form before the COVID-19 pandemic was upon us. Our world has changed. We know you need to focus on...


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One Rural Leader Shares Why She's Facing Race Together

Hello Allies, I’ll never forget the day I visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. As a native of South Carolina’s Lowcountry, I grew up with history wrapped around my shoulders like one of my grandma’s quilts. It dripped from the...


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