Will the New Tax Laws Impact Charitable Giving?

Sponsored by: Central Carolina Community Foundation The tax overhaul passed by Congress and signed by the President late last year made modifications to the tax deductibility of charitable contributions. Philanthropists and non-profit organizations alike locally and throughout South Carolina have been seeking guidance from Central Carolina Community Foundation on the new tax code’s overall impact […]

4 Reasons to Visit the Columbia International Festival

If you’ve ever wanted to taste pierogi from Poland, buy trinkets from Thailand or hear music from Mexico, then you’re in luck – because you can do all that and more at the Columbia International Festival on April 14 and 15. “Yes, we are as diverse as many big cities,” says festival director Dr. Raj […]

Look for a New Church Home in 2018

Sponsored by: Shandon United Methodist Church   Are you searching for something in your life? Is it lacking in meaning, or connections? Are you feeling untethered or alone? In our fast-moving, disconnected world, it’s easy to find yourself adrift. For the New Year, why not resolve to reconnect – to meaning, people, faith, community, and […]

Make the New Year a Time for New Reading

Reading can open up whole new worlds. With a library card through the South Carolina State Library, you’ll have access to the SCLENDS online catalog of books, DVDs, audiobooks and much more! SCLENDS, which stands for South Carolina Library Evergreen Network Delivery System, is a consortium of 19 county libraries plus the state library that […]

Find a New Home in the Coming Year

Owning a home is a critical component of building wealth and financial security, but it’s a time-consuming process that requires some preparation. If your goal is to close in the New Year, you’ll want to get started. The first step is to meet with a mortgage planner who can identify the best loan product based […]