Monthly Archives: April 2014

Dress for Success program receives $1,000 grant

Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter is pleased to announce it has recently been awarded a $1,000 grant from Colonial Life to help fund its Dress for Success program. The Dress for Success program will provide teen residents of Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter with necessary resources needed for job interviews, college interviews and military recruitment meetings. We’re… Read more »

Moe’s Percent Night April 23

Students from Ridge View High School are hosting a percent night at Moe’s Southwest Grill of Sandhills on Wednesday, April 23! A percentage of the purchases will be donated to Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter. Be sure to present the flyer below when purchasing your delicious burrito or salad! If you forget the flyer that’s okay, just… Read more »

Stop by the First Citizens Café April 7-11

Next week, April 7-11, the First Citizens Café of Columbia will be donating all of its tips to Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter. The Café offers a variety of coffee beverages, pastries and healthy lunch options. Stop by for your morning coffee or on your lunch break! All of the menu options are prepared fresh daily…. Read more »

Home Is Where Your… Wait. Where is “home”?

By Jill Lawson. In addition to providing case management and adjustment counseling for Palmetto Place residents, Jill is a high school social worker, where she works mostly with at-risk students. You’ve heard the phrase many times: “Home is where your heart is.” I know I use the word “home” multiple times a day, but recently I’ve been… Read more »