Recent Profiles

Retiree Lou Palm Finds Niche as Volunteer with Team Rubicon

By Andrew Stoller | May 8, 2019

Lou Palm finds himself traveling across the United States these days, “mucking out” houses that have been flooded, tearing down damaged walls or plucking protruding nails from studs or soggy […]

Anne Lee Channeled Personal Story Of Sex Abuse Into Program To Protect Children

By Angela Nicholas | May 1, 2019

The founder and former president and CEO of a nonprofit called Darkness to Light or D2L for short, Anne Lee channeled her own child sexual abuse experience into an organization […]

Moved By A Minister’s Sermon, Tabby Shelton Developed Fostering Hope

By Angela Nicholas | April 24, 2019

Tabby and Rob Shelton found Conway, S.C., in a somewhat unusual way but their move there was a road that has led them to foster more than 60 children, adopt […]

Philanthropy For The Thompsons Is A Family Tradition

By Angela Nicholas | April 17, 2019

When Lance Thompson landed a job in Myrtle Beach in 1985, he said he learned quickly about all his new community had to offer. What his community soon learned about […]

Terri DeCenzo Demonstrates Leadership In Philanthropy

By Angela Nicholas | April 10, 2019

As one of six children growing up in Baltimore, Md., Terri DeCenzo learned at a young age that volunteering was of great importance in developing characteristics that increase awareness of […]

Jackie Sgambati Combines Passions To Give Back To Her Community

By Angela Nicholas | March 19, 2019

Jackie Sgambati combines her passion for running and physical fitness with her dedication to volunteerism, blending her interests to create a rewarding lifestyle. The head cross country coach for both […]