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Update June 30th: Broadband: a first step towards Equity The Senate and House reconvened on June 23rd and 24th to authorize $1.2 billion of CARES...

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Allies Despite efforts by Representative Weston Newton/R/Beaufort and Senator Chip Campsen/R/Charleston to avoid legal uncertainty over the use of...

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Updates on Congressional legislative action. Compiled using material from the National Council of Nonprofits and the North Carolina Council of...

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Speaking together we can achieve so much more. Take Action: Let the Federal Reserve Know Nonprofits Need Improvements to Lending Program -...

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Dear Together SC Allies: COVID-19 has laid bare that SC’s lack of Internet connectivity hurts so many families who can't access educational...

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South Carolina nonprofits, our state currently occupies the 42nd spot for Census completion. We have work to do! Together SC is committed to raising...

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By Mary Dell HayesUnited Way Association of SC June 5 UPDATE: SC currently ranks 39th in the nation for census response. We can and must get every...

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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...

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Dear Allies As many of you know, a recent call with Congressman Cunningham was "zoom-bombed." Despicable images, words and sounds were shared. ...

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Published May 20, 2020 in The Post and Courier By Melanie Huggins and Sherrie Snipes-Williams As Gov. Henry McMaster, accelerateSC and leaders...

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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...

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APRIL 1, 2020 is Census Day. What are you doing to prepare? Before I begin, please note that this blog post is not meant to make its reader...

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