CHARLESTON, SC – January 6, 2012 – The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is looking for individuals whose work and commitment towards diversity has made an impact in South Carolina. The Foundation is accepting nominations for its second annual Leadership in Diversity Award through March 31. The recipient will selected by a committee of staff, board members and community leaders and announced at a June Grant Awards Luncheon.
The Leadership in Diversity Award recognizes an individual that illustrates exemplary performance in the area of diversity and inclusion. The award is intended to honor those that serve as a model and whose accomplishments are made through community engagement, awareness, bridge building, compassionate leadership and courageous advocacy. Leadership in Diversity Award recipients demonstrate a commitment to cultural awareness and are steering the successful integration of diversity, equity and fairness principles into practices.
The Foundation is committed to addressing the needs of the poor and underserved in all 46 South Carolina counties, and strategically uses resources to reduce poverty through action, advocacy and leadership. The Leadership in Diversity Award illustrates the Foundation’s commitment to working with and among diverse populations and recognizing those who have championed diversity through their actions and leadership. The individual should currently reside in South Carolina and practice diversity and inclusion in the state.
The deadline to submit the online nomination for the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina 2012 Leadership in Diversity Award is March 31, 2012. The winner will be announced at a June Grants Luncheon. For more information or to nominate an individual that practices leadership in diversity and inclusion, please visit sistersofcharitysc.com or email [email protected]
About the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, established in 1996, is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System. The Foundation is committed to addressing the needs of the poor and underserved in all 46 South Carolina counties, and strategically uses resources to reduce poverty through action, advocacy and leadership.