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Mending Lives December 2016

Mending Lives

Providence Home was birthed out of pain and shame. The story goes that John Zenoni was arrested in 1957 for driving under the influence of alcohol.

The 2016 Best of Philanthropy Awards November 2016

The 2016 Best of Philanthropy Awards

Columbia is filled with unsung heroes — everyday people having enormous impacts on the lives of others.

Mother’s Day Giving for the Homeless May 2016

Mother’s Day Giving for the Homeless

Six years ago, Heather Malovic decided to do something different on Mother’s Day.

The 6th Annual Best of Philanthropy Awards November 2015

The 6th Annual Best of Philanthropy Awards

Six years ago, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine and Central Carolina Community Foundation partnered to create the Best of Philanthropy Awards to shine a light on people and organizations in the Midlands doing extraordinary things for the community.

Project Josiah October 2015

Project Josiah

Bobby Farmer, an ordained minister and Vietnam veteran, co-founded Project Josiah Restoration Ministry — a support group open to all combat veterans, regardless of branch service, to help fight PTSD. The photograph was taken at the Vietnam Memorial in downtown Columbia.

A Promise of Hope July/August 2015

A Promise of Hope

Much has been done to address the needs of homeless individuals in the Midlands; however, most of the attention is focused on single men and women in trying to place them into jobs and get them back on their feet.

Shoes for Souls May 2015

Shoes for Souls

The Fifth  Annual Best of  Philanthropy  Awards November 2014

The Fifth Annual Best of Philanthropy Awards

In 2010, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine and the Central Carolina Community Foundation ...

Having Mercy September 2013

Having Mercy

Some people in Columbia volunteer for an inner-city tutoring ministry; others serve the homeless; many …

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