The Riley Center in the News


Find more ways to help South Carolina's struggling non-profits

Two-thirds of SC non-profits say they'll run out of cash in 6 months. Some already have.

Nonprofits on the brink: One-third in Greenville County will be out of money by year's end

Many Greenville nonprofits in a cash crunch because of COVID-19

The Riley Center 

CofC's New Presence on the Ashley River

Charleston YOUth Count

Homeless and hungry at America's most beautiful College

30% of College of Charleston students do not have access to adequate food or housing

Charleston is a ‘destination city’ for homeless youth, new report finds

Homeless youths are hiding in plain sight in Charleston

Charleston shelter launches one of the Lowcountry's only youth-specific homeless programs

The Illumination Project

The Illumination Project: Further strengthening relationships between police and citizens

Charleston police aim to bridge "trust gaps" 

Riley Center Fellows

Former Charleston mayor to share his urban legend

Former Charleston mayor Joe Riley to bring expertise to the College 

Parting words: Bob O'Neill shares lessons learned and what's next 

Farm-to-School Initiatives

Planting progress

New garden a sensory delight for children and adults

Boeing funds CofC farm-to-school initiative for sixth year

The Riley Center and Food Banks

As demand for free meals grows, new map makes finding Charleston food pantries easier