Summer Camp Programs Set to Reopen

Humanities Foundation is excited to be relaunch our 2022 “Pinckney Group” Summer Camp Program. In June, 30 children of Seven Farms Apartments located on Daniel Island will began a three-week summer enrichment program. The program offers a diverse array of activities, such as educational tours, arts and crafts, sports and recreation, technology, and youth mentoring. The Program was established in response to the merciless acts upon the Emanuel Nine of the Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC and is dedicated in memory of Reverend Clementa Pinckney.  Rev. Pinckney was also a member of the South Carolina Senate, representing the 45th District, and was a strong supporter of education and youth development here in South Carolina.

“The work the Humanities Foundation does for families that may be in need here in South Carolina is critically important and treating their summer campers to a field trip to Columbia is just one of the many ways they strive to make life a little better for those they serve,” State Senator Nikki Setzler (D-Lexington), who facilitated the campers’ trip to the state capitol.

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