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Giving Back is the New Black—Four Practicals [Part 2 of 2]

  ADVOCACY Advocacy is another avenue of giving back. We need people to be more than just politically charged, but willing to share feedback or new ideas with local and state policy makers. No matter your political leanings, you can see the power of advocacy in the most recent SC for Ed story. WHY ADVOCATE?…
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United Ministries’ Honor Card Illustrates a Tradition of Giving

GREENVILLE, S.C. (November 14, 2017) – United Ministries announces 2017 holiday honor card art by Meredith Piper. For over twenty years, United Ministries has asked a local artist to create a piece of artwork that includes a sense of the holidays, a sense of poverty, and a Greenville scene. The artwork is turned into a…
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Ready to Rollover?

As you know, if you are at least 70 1/2 and have a Retirement Plan, you must take a Required Minimum Distribution each year. For those of us who have deferred paying income tax through these plans, that means that we now have to pay the piper. What a great way to make a gift to support United Ministries,…
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Over 100 Adults Eligible to Walk in United Ministries’ GED Graduation

United Ministries will celebrate the success of their GED graduates with a ceremony at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church this Thursday at 7:00 p.m.  Over 100 adults are eligible to walk at the graduation, which is presented by The Smart Family Fund.  Eligible graduates earned their GEDs, or high school equivalency diplomas, through United Ministries…
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