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Pinewood Prep strides to support

May 2017

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Students continue their support of Dorchester Children's Center by donating the proceeds of their annual 5K and Fun Run. 

Read More: http://www.pinewoodprep.com/support-pps/backnine.cfm


SCE&G donates to DCC

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Top left: Clarence Wright- Southern Division Manager, Top right: Scott Runyon- Manager Gas Operation, Bottom left: Kay Phillips, DCC Executive Director, Bottom Right: Keri Scougale, DCC Fund Development Director 

Read more:  http://www.journalscene.com/community-news/sce-g-donates-to-dcc/article_99d7c37e-eef2-11e6-9b7c-a39eb39b9fd7.html


Dorchester Children's Center director appointed to state board

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Dr. Kay Phillips, executive director of the Dorchester Children's Center, has been appointed to the South Carolina Joint Citizens and Legislative Committee on Children.

Read more: http://www.journalscene.com/community-news/dorchester-children-s-center-director-appointed-to-state-board/article_dcca1086-a2aa-11e6-be6b-23fa68208727.html


Giving back

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Yunior Licea Rosales, left, of Cummins Turbo, and Dan Toppin of Cummins Marine help to clear out a building at the Dorchester Children's Center. The group was doing demo work to prepare the building for a complete renovation.

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Read more: http://www.journalscene.com/news/giving-back/article_26cfc180-adb4-11e6-8af3-b7318f24566c.html


Walmart committed to giving back to the community

October 2016

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Dorchester Children's Center was pleased to be one of the two Lowcountry organizations to receive $25,000 grants from the Walmart Foundation. 

Read more:  http://www.postandcourier.com/business/wal-mart-opening-fifth-small-format-grocery-store-in-charleston/article_a84a76c0-9a12-11e6-a8c3-5bdbd592a7ba.html


Exchange Club supports children

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Read more: http://www.journalscene.com/archives/exchange-club-supports-children/article_7241d879-be98-5a18-ae85-53a66e3c8af8.html


DCC: Young offenders can be helped