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Friday, June 9, 2023

Local IT firm donates $2,500 to nonprofit that serves trauma victims, families

Dealing with trauma can be a major challenge for children, but a local IT firm has donated $2,500 to a non-profit organization that serves these victims and their families.

IntelliSystems made the donation to Children’s Place Inc., which provides counseling and other services to families in five South Carolina counties: Aiken, Bamberg, Barnwell, Edgefield, and McCormick. The company’s donation will be used for the nonprofit’s Guardian Angel program, which provides clothing, classroom supplies, and other items for the children it serves.

Each December, Children’s Place takes kids on a shopping trip to buy clothing, including coats and shoes. IntelliSystems President and CEO, Kevin Wade presented the check to the nonprofit’s Executive Director, Peggy Ford.

“The people at IntelliSystems have followed the ongoing work that Peggy and her staff at Children’s Place do to enhance the lives of children in our area,” Wade said. “We are so thrilled to be able to contribute in a small way to further their mission.”

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