Is your business minority-owned? TD Bank is providing chamber membership to four minority-owned businesses. Enter now
The Rape Crisis Center is our April Nonprofit of the Month sponsored by South Atlantic Bank.
The nonprofit was presented with the award during a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating their new leadership.
Lindy Studds started as the new executive director for the nonprofit last month. She brings extensive leadership, communication, and community engagement experience, to steer the Rape Crisis Center (RCC) out of the pandemic and into the next chapter of the organization’s history.
RCC is a private, nonprofit that serves survivors of sexual violence in Horry and Georgetown counties through a 24-hour hotline, hospital accompaniment, crisis intervention, counseling, referrals and overall victim advocacy. RCC also provides education to the community on healthy relationships, communication, and prevention of sexual violence.
Each month, Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce announces a nonprofit of the month. This special promotion sponsored by South Atlantic Bank recognizes an outstanding nonprofit that is an investor with Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. The organization displays a banner at their place of business for one month recognizing them as the Nonprofit of the Month.
In celebration of National Small Business Week in May and in continuing efforts to support and engage minorities in business, the chamber is partnering with TD Bank to award membership to minority-owned businesses.
TD Bank is sponsoring the cost of one year’s dues for four minority-owned businesses. The winning businesses and their employees will have full access to all benefits of chamber membership including a listing in the business directory, free job listings on our Job Board, discounts through our money-saving programs and invitations to networking events and education classes.