As a community health worker in Greenwood, S.C., Cathy Tolbert is part of a network of comprehensive care for people who are uninsured. Her goal, she says, is to help them stay on track toward a healthier life.
In South Carolina, Hopeful Horizons provides evidence-based programs in areas where need is high and services are few.
Furman University is the first South Carolina school to partner with College Advising Corps, which helps high school students plan for college access and success.
By connecting churches to farms, the Society of St. Andrew is saving food from going to waste and helping it reach people in need.
The Davidson Impact Fellows program builds on the college’s commitment to civic engagement and gives its graduates hands-on experience in the nonprofit world.
At many churches, buildings and parking lots sit empty during the week. Seeds of Change is helping congregations think creatively about their space and find ways to regain a vital role in their communities.
In the spirit of continuous improvement that’s so important to our work, we recently evaluated our Fellowship program to assess its impact. We’re using what we learned to fine-tune the program and make it as effective as possible.
With its positive outcomes for mothers and babies, CenteringPregnancy offers an effective way for pregnant women to receive their prenatal medical care.
To help moms and their babies thrive, a team at UNC Chapel Hill is working to improve maternity care and breastfeeding rates in underserved communities.
As the 14th president of Johnson C. Smith University, Clarence “Clay” Armbrister is focused on “the four Rs” for sustained success: resources, recruitment, retention and rigor.
Through coaching and support for foster parents, Together Facing the Challenge aims to improve outcomes for vulnerable children in care.