GOOD STUFF – Time for Change!

CharlestonGOOD is changing things up!

In an effort to reduce redundancy and increase impact, we are switching to a weekly newsletter format. We think this will simplify your inbox and give us more time to promote our social media channels and real-world collaborations.

If you would like to be featured in our weekly Monday morning GoodStuff newsletter, please contact us by Friday night each week.

Have a GOOD week!

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For more upcoming events, check out our COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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Our partners at the  SMADCON Conference (coming this summer) has announced the finalists for their NPO Pitch Competition Showcase! 

  • Going Places provides to disadvantaged kids and the people who serve them the most basic childhood right; a right to joy.
  • The Stone Soup Collective aligns the efforts of the Lowcountry to nourish our community through a buy 1, give 1 plant-based soup collective.
  • Earth Heart Growers bridges schools and local farms to educate and empower the youth into building a self-sustainable community.
  • Soul Power Productions spreads love and healing the soul through arts advocacy, education, and production technologies.
  • Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network focuses on protecting marine mammals (dolphins, whales, and seals) in South Carolina waters.
  • The Charity Foundation is leading the charge of transforming liberty Hill into a model community.

All these wonderful non-profits will be competing for a chance to win $5,000! All finalist will receive $1,000 for making it to the final stage of the competition.

*** Save 15% on SMADCON tickets using promocode: charlestongood

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK

#GetInvolvedCharleston: MarchForOurLivesCharleston.com |ArmInArmSC.org

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FEATURED GRANT OPPORTUNITIES

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5 FREE RESOURCES

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GOOD GRAB BAG

  • CharlestonWorks – the guide to Charleston’s tech community
  • CofC’s Community Assistance Program
    The Community Assistance Program (CAP) is a clinic which provides high-level capacity to nonprofit and municipal organizations. CAP develops innovative strategies and solutions to maximize clients’ effectiveness and overall impact at little-to-no cost to them.

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INSTAGRAM SPOTLIGHT

 If you are on instagram, check out some of the good folks recently featured on our @charlestongood feed…

@charlestonsurfrider @haroldscabin

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