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Kassy Alia

Creating a Coordinated Community Response during COVID-19

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Yesterday afternoon, we hosted a conference call with our police partners, community service providers, and neighborhood leaders in North Columbia. The goal was to create space for a coordinated community response. Open dialogue is a critical tool for ensuring access to resources during the #coronavirus response. Here are a few tips for...
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BBQ Fundraiser Supports Serve & Connect

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Scotty and Susan Mill, owners of Palmetto Automatic Sprinkler Company, (PASCO), annually host an event to raise funds for a local charity.  The event is held at their farm on the Broad River and this year's recipient organization is Serve & Connect.    Funds are raised through the sale of...
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Camden’s Lt. Penny Lloyd Makes an Impact

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Take a look at this testimonial from a Camden police officer who used Greg’s Groceries to make a difference in a family’s life, spark positive change in the community, and show us that, Together We Are Better!  When Lieutenant Penny Lloyd heard news of that a citizen she knew was...
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Nomination for Zach Ervin: A Letter from a Student

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Officer Zach Ervin with the Greenville Police Department is one of our finalists for the 4th Annual Greg Alia Award. Read more on Officer Ervin from the perspective of a student whose life he touched in his role as a School Resource Officer. *********************************************************************** To Whom It May Concern: I...
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Local Midlands Police Departments, including the Columbia Police Department, Lexington Police Department, Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, Richland County Sheriff’s Department, and Forest Acres Police Department, in partnership with Serve & Connect, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers’ Association and the SC Police Chief’s Association, donated over 3,000 lbs. of food…

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