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R3 Inc.
R3 Inc.
Our Mission
To empower all youth, regardless of their background, to become healthy, productive, and active members of their communities.
Empowering our Youth

Based in Charleston, South Carolina, R3 Inc. (Real Talk Real Action Real Results) is an organization inspired by a passion to uplift youth. We equip the youth with the tools to enhance positive behavior, self-worth, self-esteem and educational achievement. Through superior programs and supportive partners, we aim to enrich the lives of our youth.
836 Hitching Post Rd. Charleston SC.
Barbados and the Carolinas Legacy Foundation
Barbados Carolina history
"To highlight, research, archive, facilitate and promote opportunities for Barbados/Carolina collaboration.
1320 Marvin Avenue, Charleston, SC
Community Rag Quilting Preservation Initiative
The Rag Quilting Initiative seeks to preserve, promote and develop traditional Gullah folk art.
The Rag Quilting Initiative is a non-profit organization designed to educate and promote Gullah and indigenous folk. Provide educational services, training and marketing resources.
P. O. Box 1490
Johns Island, SC
Father To Father
Father To Father
We help low-income, non-custodial fathers overcome whatever barriers that may be preventing them from becoming an integral part of their children's life.
The Father to Father Project, Inc is a father’s advocacy program designed to help low income, non-custodial fathers overcome the barriers that may be preventing them from becoming an integral and effective part of their children’s lives. The program features a 24-week structured peer-support format with weekly group and individual sessions facilitated by staff and contracted personnel. The program also offers an Employment Boot Camp, which includes job readiness, job skills training, and job retention. The program is designed to give participants the tools they need to become effective, loving and nurturing fathers.
4731 Mixson Avenue
North Charleston, SC
Teens of Power, Inc.
Teens of Power, Inc.
Teens of Power (TOP) is a movement to help build, strengthen, and encourage young Teens to continually excel in their personal lives and environment.

We are a new non-profit foundation that is geared towards the well being, educational, and community service needs of teens in the Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester, SC counties.

Our goal is to help the teens get into college with as many scholarships and grants as possible. If the teen does not want to go to college, we will assist them with enlisting in the military or attending a trade school. We teach them how to apply for college and scholarships. We also instruct them in manners and etiquette.

Community service deeds are performed for the elderly to the young. We hope that you will help support our efforts.
We also have a Facebook page that you can visit.



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Geechee Gala: An Archival Fundraiser
Preserve The Gullah presents GEECHEE GALA: An Archival Fundraiser Join us for a night of culture and cuisine, as we wal...
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