A racial awakening occurred in summer 2020 that has seen communities wrestle with a reckoning that, at this moment, feels unprecedented. We, at ICS, acknowledge that this moment is centuries overdue.

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In mid-March, Senior Citizens Association along with many partners and volunteers took an active and assertive role in combating food insecurity and reducing senior hunger among the elderly population during the COVID-19 pandemic throughout Florence County.

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Our hearts are heavy this week with the images of George Floyd being suffocated in police custody. On the heels of the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Corey Jones, Oscar Grant, Botham Jean, Sandra Bland, and more, we need to look no further than our own communities to find current e…

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The recent violent and unnecessary death of Mr. George Floyd and other people of color has placed the spotlight on the enormous reality that institutional and societal racism in this country is not only pervasive, but it is getting worse by the day. The Sisters of Charity  Foundation of Sout…

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    Often during the last few weeks, I have been feeling a sense of helplessness. You probably know what I mean. So many things are out of our control. But there are some things we CAN do to make a difference.  One thing we can do is educate ourselves.

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During this pandemic we need your help more than ever before.  According to National Multifamily Housing Council, as of April 5th only 69% of renters made their April rent payment. Just today, they announced that there are more than 22 million people who have lost their jobs and filed for un…

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Mr. Rogers is quoted as saying, “When I was a boy, and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’”