Nonprofits are a powerful force for good in Fort Mill, South Carolina. From providing essential services to helping individuals and families in need, these organizations are making a real difference in the community. Your support through memberships and donations is essential to maintain and preserve this natural treasure for generations to come. Kirsten experienced the power of nonprofits firsthand when she saw several local nonprofits pull two members of her family out of homelessness.
Ursula, a resident of Charlotte, North Carolina, earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina and a master's degree in Business Administration from the Keller Graduate School of Business Administration. She is an active volunteer at schools in Charlotte Mecklenburg, where her children currently attend, and supports organizations such as the Ministry of Crisis Assistance, Harvest Food Bank, Florence Crittenton and Habitat for Humanity. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Psychology and a degree in Organizational Studies. He currently works in medical matters for Helsinn Therapeutics, where he focuses his work on research and medical education in supportive oncology.
He has dedicated his time to making a difference in the community by partnering with nonprofit organizations and local organizations to achieve positive change. He studied Marketing and Communications at the University of South Carolina and now works for Carolinas HealthCare System. He studied Psychology and Business at Gardner-Webb University and earned a master's degree in Business Administration with a specialization in nonprofit organization management at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. Prior to joining the TIAA, Travluss held several leadership positions in other organizations, including Bank of America, Danaher Tool Group and Black & Decker. FFC volunteers spent weeks working with Catherine to plan and organize her move, helping her pay the deposit so she still had some savings when she moved, and collected the essential household items she needed to provide a warm home for her children.
This nonprofit organization helped my son Tanner Adkins get out more into the community with a conversion van. He is passionate about social justice issues and graduated from Appalachian State with a degree in Global Studies with a specialization in Peace, Conflict and Human Rights and with a specialization in Nonprofit Management. Following her true passion, Caroline maintained an active participation in the Charlotte nonprofit community. After conducting research on social and emotional learning, Angelica firmly believes that student success and happiness are based on stable, supportive homes with strong role models. She has a degree in Criminal Justice from South Carolina State University and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Social Work at Winthrop University.