Each year, the SC Nonprofit Summit offers scholarships to attendees thanks to the generous support from several philanthropic partners. For the 2019 SC Nonprofit Summit, the following scholarships are available. If you would like to offer a scholarship, please make sure to contact the State Office first prior to registering.
Duke Energy Foundation
This scholarship is available to nonprofit leaders of organizations based in the Duke Energy Service Area. Organizations which are primarily religious or political in nature may not apply. This scholarship is available to Upstate, Catawba and PeeDee nonprofits.
Details and online application.
Springs Close Foundation
This scholarship is available to nonprofit leaders of Together SC member organizations based in Chester, Lancaster, and York counties. Details and online application.
The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina
Scholarships are available for current Sisters of Charity grantees with operating budgets less than $125,000. Qualified grantees should contact their program manager at the Foundation.
Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation
The Bunnelle Foundation is offering scholarships to current and former grantee organizations serving Georgetown County. Details and online application.
Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
The Donnelley Foundation is also offering scholarships to its current grantees. Interested nonprofits should contact Ben Bullock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Foundation of the Lowcountry
Scholarships are available to nonprofit organizations serving Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, or Jasper counties. Details and online application.
Summit Squad Volunteers
Together SC is offering scholarships for individuals interested in volunteering and/or donating AV equipment to help out with the production of the 2019 SC Nonprofit Summit. For details about the Summit Squad program and to apply online, visit the Summit Squad webpage.