South Carolina Humanities, in partnership with the Dillon County Theatre Association and the City of Dillon Wellness Center, is hosting a FREE grants writing workshop and invites staff and volunteers of South Carolina cultural organizations and nonprofit agencies to attend. Admission to the workshop is free, but pre-registration is REQUIRED. This workshop is especially targeting the counties of Dillon, Marion, Marlboro, Florence, Darlington, and Chesterfield.
Staff of SC Humanities will lead participants in an overview of general grants writing tips and techniques and then will highlight funding opportunities for cultural projects and other cultural resources. We will also offer feedback on project ideas and application drafts, time permitting. This workshop offers a unique learning opportunity for cultural organizations of all sizes and provides the opportunity for partnership building between local organizations with similar missions. A light lunch will be served.
We are elated to have partnered with the Smithsonian Institution to bring Crossroads: Change in Rural America to Dillon County. Recap photos, videos and notes COMING SOON!
Smithsonian Institute Museum on Main Street Stories: YES (Youth Engagement & Skill Building)
Each Spring, young people across the country engage their communities to discover and digitally document their unique history by utilizing new professional equipment. We are excited to announce that youth from Dillon County were afforded the opportunity to participate this year