This category lists religious, civic, and historical sites as well as personal home pages for this locale.

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Alston Wilkes Society
Non-profit organization dedicated to providing rehabilitative services to adults released from correctional facilities. Includes information about services, volunteerism, board of directors list, membership categories, employment opportunities and contacts.
City Year Columbia
Contact, membership, alumni, and mission information for this AmeriCorps national service program to enable young adults, ages 17 to 24, from diverse racial, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds to provide a year of full-time community service, leadership development, and civic engagement.
Daughters of the American Revolution: Ann Pamela Cuningham Chapter
Provides chapter history and contact information.
Epworth Children's Home
Provides group residential care for children and youth. Includes history of the facility, details of services, admissions, FAQ, and ways to help.
The Forest Hills Neighborhood Association
Includes history of the community bordered by Forest Drive, Glenwood Road, Gervais Street, and Manning Avenue. Find out about meetings, events, and committees.
Institute for Families in Society
Seeks to enhance the well-being of families in society through research, education, and consultation at community, state, national, and international levels. Includes publication list. Located at University of South Carolina.
Junior League of Columbia
Find out about Smart Matters, a family-based school readiness initiative which seeks to strengthen the well-being of area children, and other programs. Also offers information on membership and fund raising initiatives.
Michael Graham
Political humorist and radio talk host offers comedy and columns with a conservative or libertarian theme.
Sherwood Forest Neighborhood Association
Set up and maintain member profiles, submit news articles, post to events calendar, and participate in a discussion forum.
Shelter offering resources for domestic abuse victims and families; read the organization's history, find out about services, or find related links.
Souper Bowl of Caring
Nationwide, youth-led effort which encourages people to give one dollar while leaving worship services on Super Bowl Sunday. Includes FAQ, information about joining, and statistics.
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