The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina (SCFSC), an organization dedicated to reducing poverty in South Carolina through action, advocacy, and leadership, is excited to deepen its impact as it welcomes new leadership to its Board of Trustees.
“It takes a dedicated and passionate person to serve others. We are thrilled to welcome our new board and committee members as they will help carry out our mission of reducing poverty in South Carolina,” said Donna Waites, President of Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina. “Our board’s collective experience and knowledge are indispensable to our work. 2023 is poised to be a pivotal year in our mission of reducing poverty in our state.”
Newly Elected Board of Trustees Officers:
Macon Lovelace, Chair
Thomas Otis, Vice-Chair
Palmetto Infusion Services
Dr. Lee Pearson, Secretary
University of South Carolina
Dr. Gerald Smalls, Treasurer
South Carolina State University
New Board of Trustees Members:
Rev. Tony McDade
Community Leader and Educator
Dr. Tracy Bailey
Freedom Readers, Inc.
New Committee Members
Connie Breeden, Grants Committee
The Law Office of Connie D. Breeden, LLC
Adam Sheehan, Grants Committee
AccuRisk Solutions, LLC
Dr. Kari-Claudia Allen Harrington, MD, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging Committee
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
“I am extremely grateful to support the important work of Sisters of Charity Foundation,” said Macon Lovelace, newly elected Chair of the Board. “With new faces and roles, there is a renewed sense of energy surrounding our mission and our ability to make a greater impact on our community. As we look forward, we are committed to addressing the contributing factors of poverty in South Carolina in new and effective ways.”
Board members serve three-year terms and committee members serve one-year terms.
About Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina
Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, founded in 1996. In response to God’s call and the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, the Foundation strategically uses resources to reduce poverty through action, advocacy and leadership. Since its inception, Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has distributed over $82 million to over 3,300 nonprofits working to reduce poverty in the lives of individuals and families in the Palmetto State.