Columbia Charities – Nonprofit Organizations in Richland County

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Choose by Type – Columbia Charities & Nonprofits

Many Columbia-area charities are listed on separate pages according to type. If you do not see the type of non-profit you are looking for in the list below, please look in the next section, called Choose by Name.

Choose by Name – Columbia Charities & Nonprofits

This lists shows all Columbia-area charities that are not listed on separate pages under the "Choose by Type" section above. SCIWAY strives to link to every non-profit website in South Carolina. If you would like to add a charity to SCIWAY, please use the form below. And don't forget to check out our entire list of organizations in South Carolina – the organization(s) you're seeking may be listed on a different page.


  • Acts Metro - helping families in need with community resources
  • Alston Wilkes Society - provides offenders, former offenders, at-risk youth, homeless veterans, and families in crisis tools to become productive citizens
  • American Red Cross, Central South Carolina - provides services to the residents of South Carolina including disaster relief, health and safety classes, blood collection for hospitals, and services to the armed forces


  • Babcock Center - West Columbia - residential home for people with mental and physical handicaps
  • Be Great Academy - A function of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands, this program offers before- and after-school care as well as summer vacation camps.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia - Unites adult mentors with children aged 6-18 who need company and support.






  • Harvest Hope Food Bank - serves hungry people by gathering and sharing quality food with dignity, compassion, and education





  • Latino Communications Community Development Corporation - Columbia - helps low-moderate income families achieve financial stability and independence through financial literacy education, job training and home-ownership workshops
  • Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas - Columbia - places children in foster and adoptive homes, provides comprehensive services to adults with special needs, aids veterans in regaining their independence, helps refugees acclimate to life in a new country


  • Mental Illness Recovery Center - helps people recovering from severe mental illness and/or emotional disorders in the Midlands of South Carolina - provides counseling, housing, and financial management initiatives






  • Tell Them - advocacy network for reproductive health services and education for SC teens to improve teen health and decrease teen pregnancy rate
  • Therapy Place - physical, occupational, and speech therapy for children


  • United Way of the Midlands - Columbia - programs to address education, financial stability, and health needs in the communities of Calhoun, Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, and Richland counties



  • Youth Corps - leadership training experience for select 9th and 10th grade students

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