Category: Kiawah Cares

May 04 2018

Ernst & Young Gifts $20,000 To Kiawah Cares

Staff Report for The Island Connection A primary focus of the Kiawah Cares Foundation (KCF) is supporting education throughout Johns and Wadmalaw islands. Now, thanks to a generous donation from multinational professional services firm Ernst & Young, the foundation will be able to continue this mission by providing vital resources to high school students on …

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Apr 03 2018

Volunteer Fair Celebrates Giving Back

By Kiawah Cares for The Island Connection Volunteers are givers. They give their most precious possessions (time, energy and love) in the hope that these contributions will make a difference in their communities. We’ve seen time and time again that volunteer involvement can make big changes in our growing community. Volunteers are at the heart …

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Mar 08 2018

Maryanne Connelly

By Christine Vinciguerra for The Island Connection When Maryanne Connelly was searching for volunteer opportunities through Kiawah Cares, she found Respite Care Charleston to be the perfect fit! Born in Brooklyn, Connelly then moved with her family to Maplewood, NJ. She spent a majority of her life working as a Human Resources executive. Later in …

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Jun 20 2017

Kiawah Cares Distributes Donations To Education, Community Programs

By Doug Reynolds for The Island Connection May was Kiawah Giving Month for the Kiawah Cares Foundation and island property owners responded with $41,305 in donations, 118 percent of KCF’s goal. In addition, the foundation matched the first $20,000 dollars in donations to reach a total of $61,305. These donations are being used to help …

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Feb 03 2017

Kiawah Cares Is Giving Back

By Doug Reynolds For The Island Connection This holiday season, the spirit of giving was in full force as the Kiawah Cares Foundation (KCF) received donations from Kiawah homeowners totaling over $80,000. These generous contributions will help KCF continue its goal of improving the overall quality of life on the Sea Islands (Johns and Wadmalaw …

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