LICS announces a name change

May 8, 2018

After 40 years of service to the Lexington County community, the local nonprofit hub of care, Lexington Interfaith Community Services (LICS), announces a name change to Mission Lexington. The change comes with a new visual brand, however, the care for the community and services offered remains the same.

“While our original name holds a proud legacy and rich history, we are excited to move forward with a new identity that better reflects who we are- the hub of care for Lexington County” said Robin Bowers, Executive Director.

The new branding, including name, logo, and marketing strategy was a gift to the organization from Riggs Partners in West Columbia, through their pro-bono 24 hour creative marketing blitz, CreateAthon.

For more information about Mission Lexington, visit, or Twitter @MissionLexSC.


Mission Lexington

Mission Lexington (formerly Lexington Interfaith Community Services) is a 501(c ) 3 organization that provides life essentials, resources and guidance to Lexington County residents in moments of crisis. The organization was founded in 1978 by four Lutheran churches and now partners with more than 50 Lexington County churches, county government and law enforcement officials, school districts and individual volunteers to help stabilize living conditions for some of the county’s most vulnerable citizens.