3rd Annual Evening of Jazz
3rd Annual Evening of Jazz. For more information and to purchase tickets click the above button.
Malcom C. Hursey School
For the past year, we have had the privilege of working with the Liberty Hill Improvement Council in their efforts to address the literacy needs of our...Read More
Ms. La Dene' Conroy
A Neighborhood Learning Center in the back yards of our children and families is a gift. A rare opportunity where school and community plus faith based...Read More
The Liberty Hill Improvement Council created an Education Endowment Fund established with a mission to increase the literacy rate of students reading below their grade level in the Liberty Hill Community. In order to ensure success, an afterschool literacy program has been implemented in conjunction with Hursey Elementary School K-5. Eligibility to participate in the program will be confined to those students identified as reading below grade level that reside in the Liberty Hill Community.
From the President:
Liberty Hill is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, African American communities in the City of North Charleston. We, the residents of the community, are dedicated to the quality of life and believe Education is one of the key factors for sustainability of the community.
Because Education plays such an important role in the success of the community, we, the Liberty Hill Improvement Council (LHIC), established an Education Endowment Fund with a mission to increase the literacy rate of students reading below grade level in our community. Literacy is a hot topic of discussion not only in our community but in all communities across the Charleston County School District (CCSD).
LHIC believes creating this Education Endowment Fund is a step in the right direction for assisting the CCSD with its goal of eradicating illiteracy among its students. The funds from the endowment will be used to establish the Liberty Hill Afterschool Literacy Program.
However in order for this vision to become reality, the LHIC is seeking the support of community members as well as community organizations to commit to endorsing the success of the program. As believers in Education, we know we can count on your assistance in making this vision a reality.
In closing, we know that our life is an integral part of our community and as long as we live we should make it a priority to do for the community whatever we can. LHIC looks forward to your support in this extremely important endeavor.
On behalf of the members of the LHIC and the residents of the community, I would like to extend sincere thanks in advance to those of you that help to fulfill our community’s dream.
Robert B. Fludd
The Children of Charleston County Need Your Help
The Liberty Hill Improvement Council Education Endowment Fund was established to increase the literacy rate of students reading below their grade level in the Liberty Hill Community. All donations assist the Charleston County School District with its goal of eradicating illiteracy among students that attend public schools in Charleston County.
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Donations By Check May Be Sent To:
LHIC Education Endowment Fund
3790 Hassel St.
N. Charleston, SC 29405