HERITAGE CLASSIC FOUNDATION DONATES PROCEEDS OF THE 2019 CONGRESSIONAL CUP
(December 8, 2019) —The Heritage Classic Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization, dedicated to preparing youth for future success and creating a more economically dynamic South Carolina, is proud to announce the charitable contributions from the 2019 Congressional Cup. ProjectGolf.org will be receiving $25,000 and the Commissioner’s School of Agriculture will receive $7,500 thanks to the success of the Congressional Cup.
HERITAGE CLASSIC FOUNDATION SCHOLAR APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW
(October 2, 2019) – Applications for the 2020 Heritage Classic Foundation Scholar Awards are now available online for all Beaufort and Jasper County High School Seniors. The Heritage Classic Foundation will name 10 new Scholars from the 2020 graduating class. Seniors in all Beaufort and Jasper County high schools are eligible to apply. Each Scholar will have an opportunity to receive a 4-year grant, totaling up to $16,000 to $20,000.
Second Helpings named 2018 PGA TOUR Charity of the Year - RBC Heritage beneficiary to receive $30,000
(December 7, 2018) The PGA TOUR announced today that Second Helpings, a Hilton Head Island-based non-profit beneficiary of the RBC Heritage, has been named the 2018 PGA TOUR Charity of the Year. With a mission of alleviating hunger by excelling in the ongoing development and management of a distribution channel between food donors and charitable food providers, Second Helpings is doing its part to help end hunger in South Carolina. Specifically, Second Helpings rescues food that would be discarded by grocery or other stores and distributes it to agencies and churches, who in return serve the needy and challenged in the South Carolina Lowcountry area. Since its formation in 1992, Second Helpings has distributed over 30 million pounds of food to the needy.
THE HERITAGE CLASSIC FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH THE SC TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM TO EXPAND MECHATRONIC TECHNICIAN TRAINING WITH $100,000 GRANT
(December 2, 2018) —The Heritage Classic Foundation is partnering with the SC Technical College System to invest $100,000 in a grant to expand training opportunities for skilled mechatronic workers across the state. The grant will be used to support Siemens Mechatronic System Certification Programs for faculty at South Carolina’s 16 technical colleges.
This certification will allow for training and preparing much-needed, skilled maintenance technicians for South Carolina’s growing manufacturing sector.As manufacturing equipment becomes more automated and technologically advanced, demand increases for highly-trained and highly-skilled mechatronic technicians.