Midlands Gives: Nearly 5,200 donations, more than $700,000

cwinston@thestate.comMay 7, 2014 

More than $700,000 was raised for local nonprofits on Tuesday as part of a Midlands Gives effort sponsored by the Central Carolina Community Foundation.

The 24-hour give-a-thon brought in nearly 5,200 donations totaling $704,932.23, according to the CCCF.

Here are the organizations that received the most funds through the program, which was dubbed "Magnify the Midlands."

OrganizationGiftsContributions
Sandhills School129$43,472 
Jubilee Academy72$38,793 
Columbia Museum of Art77$38,442 
PETS, Inc. The Carolinas Humane Society351$25,793 
Columbia College177$25,455 
Mental Illness Recovery Center43$18,800 
Indian Waters Council, Boy Scouts of America56$16,820 
Sistercare, Inc.85$14,515 
The Cooperative Ministry67$13,163 
Harvest Hope Food Bank137$12,615 
Healthy Learners102$12,078 
Dream Riders74$12,070 
Healing Species88$11,060

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