Learning How Poverty Impacts Daily Living

Megan Branham, Children's Trust director of policy, recently took part in the Interactive Poverty Simulation hosted by SC Thrive. Through this training exercise, she gained a better understanding of how…

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Maura Hanke and Gary Hanke speak at the Safe Sleep 2016 Summit

Lessons of Safe Sleep Important for Infants

Children’s Trust hosted its Statewide Safe Sleep Training in June for 150 child-serving professionals. Maura Hanke and Gary Hanke headlined the event, which featured guest experts from state agencies, county…

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2016 KIDS COUNT data book cover

Making Progress for Our State’s Children

Children's Trust CEO Sue Williams had this editorial published June 28 in The State. It explains how child advocates must keep working hard to implement proven prevention programs in order…

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Preventing Heatstroke for Children in Cars

Katrin Burns, the Safe Kids South Carolina associate for Children’s Trust, wants to make sure no children in our state suffer heatstroke-related death or injury this summer. She highlights the…

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Suzi Roberts, Miss Coastal Islands

Standing on a Platform for Children

Suzi Roberts, who’s competing in the Miss South Carolina pageant this week as Miss Coastal Islands, embraced Children’s Trust and its work this spring as part of her platform. She…

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Helping Kids Be Certifiably Safe in Vehicles

Children’s Trust, home to Safe Kids South Carolina, is working with the Department of Health and Environmental Control to train more child passenger safety technicians around the state. Neil White,…

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Gaining a New Perspective on Prevention

Melanie Morse, a clinical-community psychology doctoral student at the University of South Carolina, recently finished a one-year graduate assistantship with Children’s Trust of South Carolina. During her assistantship, she worked…

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