Five more nonprofits are set to receive grants from the One SC Fund totaling $266,500. It is the seventh round of grants awarded for flood and hurricane recovery projects across the state.
The latest round of grants will provide volunteer labor and additional financial support for projects ranging from mold remediation to complete home rebuilds.
Five nonprofit organizations will receive grants from the One SC Fund:
- Black River United Way - General rebuild, mold remediation and home recovery in Georgetown and Williamsburg counties.
- Catholic Charities of South Carolina - General rebuild, mold remediation, home recovery, materials and furnishings in Georgetown, Williamsburg, Berkeley and Dillon counties.
- Habitat for Humanity Georgetown County - General rebuild, mold remediation, home recovery and materials in Georgetown and Williamsburg counties.
- Home Works of America - General rebuild and home recovery in Berkeley, Dorchester and Williamsburg counties.
- Palmetto Disaster Recovery - general rebuild, mold remediation, home recovery materials and furnishings in Williamsburg, Lee, Colleton, Dillon and Beaufort counties.
To date, the One SC Fund, established by former Gov. Nikki Haley in November 2015 after the October floods to help South Carolinians recovering from a disaster, has awarded $3,447,500 in grants to nonprofits to support flood recovery projects across the state. The fund has helped more than 1,580 families return to their homes.
In October 2016, the fund was expanded to provide relief and recovery assistance to those affected by Hurricane Matthew.