Posts made in August, 2010

Thank you to our Generous Donors!

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p>The Rural Mission is very grateful for the recent grant support from our generous donors and contributors. These grants and gifts come at a time when our financial needs are great, many families and elderly residents are suffering in hardship and our volunteers need support to accomplish their mission projects. We are very grateful for the following: The Lothmann Family Fund – $2,000 The Sisters of Charity of South Carolina Foundation – $3,000 New Holland Custom Woodwork, LTD – $3,000 Benefitfocus Corp. Community Council – $5,000 The Aloca Corp. – $1,500 The...

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Generous Grants will Help Support the Outreach Ministry of the Rural Mission!

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The Rural Mission has received several wonderful grants to all our staff and volunteers to help many families and elderly residents in great need. We are extremely grateful for this generosity, support and trust. Requests for assistance to the Mission now exceed 800 applications from those hurt by the recession economy and others who have had to endure dilapidated unsafe housing. Without this help, the work of our outreach ministry would not be possible. Very recent supporting grants have been provided by: The Darby Family Fund via the Coastal Community Foundation — $5,000 The Town of...

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Rural Mission Golf Tournament

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Spring, 2011! Detailed Schedule TBA Fees and Information $200 per golfer Includes all fees, plus a boxed lunch, refreshments and a free gift Rules Scramble Registration opens at 11:00am Shotgun start at 1:00pm Awards First Place Team Longest Drive Nearest to the Pin Contact Information Please call the Rural Mission at 843-768-1720, or Enquire by Email at info@RuralMission.org Please ask about Corporate Sponsorsips Corporate Sponsor   About the Osprey Point Golf Course World-class layout Masterpiece in playability and variety Four large, natural lakes Fingers of saltwater marsh...

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St. Johns High School Students Give to the Rural Mission!

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On September 3, a great group of students and teachers gathered with Mission staff to begin sorting, cutting and stacking donated lumber to be used for home repair. The lumber is stored on Johns Island at a site donated by Freeman Farms off of River Road. The lumber is generously donated by Southern Lumber and Millwork of Charleston. These students are participating in the Students to Work program at St. Johns High School which allows them to volunteer in community service as they prepare for and seek employment. The students are being led by instructors Bill Grampus and Cedric Solomon of St....

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