Walking in the Shoes of Another

Shannon Palm, the Children’s Trust Lipscomb Safe Kids and policy intern, took part in a recent poverty simulation hosted in our organization’s office. She details the difficulties that impoverished…

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Meet the Niberts: Great Friend to Kids

EdVenture Children’s Museum held its annual FROST Gala Jan. 26 and gave the 2016 Great Friend to Kids Award to Gregg and Peggy Nibert, who were nominated by Children’s…

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Kappa Delta Donation Makes Big Statement

Children’s Trust received a check for $77,646 from the Beta Zeta chapter of Kappa Delta sorority at the University of South Carolina after a successful fall fundraising letter-writing campaign.

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Stephen Leicht at a Strengthening Families Program graduation

When Seeing Is Believing…

Stephen Leicht, vice chair of the Children’s Trust board of directors, wanted to learn more about the organization’s programs. He sat in on a pediatric visit through the home…

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Home Visitors Receive National Affirmation

Five of Children’s Trust home visiting partners in the Upstate had the opportunity recently to meet with Dr. David Willis, the director of the Home Visiting and Early Childhood Systems…

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Generosity Tastes Special at Alodia’s

As a supporter of Children’s Trust, Alodia’s Cucina Italiana finds that nothing tastes sweeter than giving to an organization that supports child well-being and stronger families. The partnership is…

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Triple P session at Children's Trust

Postive Parenting Initiative Takes Off

Children’s Trust has begun an initiative to offer the Positive Parenting Program, more commonly known as Triple P, to child-serving organizations in South Carolina. Through regional meetings that aim…

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A Citizen-Readiness List For South Carolina

Whitney Tucker, the policy and research associate at Children’s Trust, details why South Carolina struggled in the recent Council for a Strong America’s citizen-readiness index. As a fellow millennial,…

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