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Making a difference by improving quality of life.


Helping students pursue goals to achieve success


Caring for neighbors in their time of need.


Giving a Helping Hand to those who need it most.

What's New

New Grant Cycle for 2019

New Grant Cycle for 2019 Community Impact Grants. ... Read More

Marion County Healthcare Foundation awards over $1.1 million in grants and scholarships

Marion County Healthcare Foundation awards over $1.1 million in grants and scholarships for 2018 cycle ... Read More

Grant Provide to Marion County to Implement Mosquito Control Program

A $137,764.00 grant was provided to the County of Marion to help control the mosquito outbreak that resulted from the remnants of Hurricane Florence. ... Read More

MCHF Provides $10,000 to the American Red Cross

Marion County Healthcare Foundation provided a grant of $10,000 to the American Red Cross for the Prepare SC project. ... Read More

Marion Chamber Swampfox Book Project

All third grade students in Marion County to receive a copy of "Francis Marion and the Legend of the Swamp Fox" ... Read More

PASA Implements New Child Food Program

Thanks to a grant from the Marion County Healthcare Foundation, PASA will be implementing a new program to provide nutritional meals to the students at the academy. ... Read More

February 2018- Marion County School District Nurses Train on New Trauma Kits

Nurses in Marion County School District received training Friday on new trauma kits supplied by a Marion Healthcare Foundation grant. ... Read More

Foundation Awards $20,000 to Marion-Dillion Special Needs Board for Job Readiness Training

(September 2017) The Marion County Healthcare Foundation provided $20,000 in funding to the Marion-Dillon Disabilities and Special Needs Board for their Job Readiness Training Program. Project IMPRESS- Initiating Meaningful Progress Regarding Employment Situations will be implemented under the leadership of Reverend Marvin Hemmingway, Director of the Marion County Youth Day Special Needs JRT. ... Read More

MCHF Award $200,000 for Disaster Recovery in Marion County

(Marion County, SC) Marion County Healthcare Foundation (MCHF) is challenging the people of South Carolina and beyond to support Nichols and Marion County as they rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew. ... Read More

MCHF Awards $367,440 for Adult Education

March 2016. -- The Marion County Healthcare Foundation announced it is awarding $367,440 to the Marion county School District for the Adult Education Program. The funding will allow the Adult education Program to be moved from its current position on Liberty Street to the Academy of Careers and Technology. “We are very pleased and appreciative of the generosity of the Marion County Healthcare Foundation,” said Dr. Dan Strickland, Superintendent of the Marion County School District. “This has been a project that has been talked about for many years and it is wonderful to see it come to fruition.” ... Read More

MCHF Announces Scholarship Program

March 2016 - The Marion County Healthcare Foundation announced Thursday the start of new scholarship award for local high school graduates. Executive Director Mary Dunbar said the foundation will provide eight scholarships to high school graduates residing in Marion County. The foundation will be funding two $2,000 scholarships for students attending Florence Darlington Technical College, two $2,000 scholarships for students attending Francis Marion University and four $1,000 scholarships to students enrolling in their second year of the LPN program at Marion County Academy of Careers and Technology. ... Read More

Legend of the Swamp Fox, funded by $3,500 from MHCF

February 2016 -- The Marion Chamber of Commerce continues its Book Project this year which is to give all Marion County third grade students a copy of Francis Marion and the Legend of the Swamp Fox. “This year the Chamber received a mini-grant in the amount of $3500 from the Marion County Healthcare Foundation to assist with the purchase of over 450 books.” Marion County Healthcare Foundation Director Mary Dunbar was on hand for last week’s presentation. ... Read More

Mullins Chamber names MCHF Business of the Year

February 2016 -- Business of the Year was awarded to the Marion County Healthcare Foundation. Industry of the Year was presented to Bill Jennings, operations executive at Sopakco Inc . “It was just amazing and we’re proud to be in Mullins,” he said. MCHF Director Mary Dunbar said she was proud of the award. “We’re just honored to be a part of the community and to be able to help in the areas of healthcare, education and economic development to make Marion County a better place to be,” she said. ... Read More

House of Blessing receives $7,718 for new heating system

January2016 -- The Marion County Healthcare Foundation provided $7,718 in funding to the House of Blessing Transitional Homeless Shelter recently. Funds will be used to replace the failing heating and air conditioning system. The check was presented to Pastor Grayland Graham by MCHF’s Executive Director Mary Dunbar and Rev. Charles Johnson, who serves as chairman of the foundation’s grant evaluation committee. ... Read More

Nichols Pavilion funded by MCHF

December 2015 – Town in officials in Nichols presented their Fourth Annual Christmas in the Park Sunday, treating the public to an evening of touring the Christmas light illuminated park, pictures with Santa, train rides and dazzling fireworks display. The highlight for the crowd was the unveiling of a new pavilion facility. ... Read More

FDTC opens Tech College in Mullins with $400,000 in funding from MCHF

July 2015 -- Florence-Darlington Technical College’s Mullins Technology Center will unveil a 3,000 square-foot renovation Aug. 5 at the college's Mullins campus at 109 South Main Street. A ribbon cutting ceremony will feature FDTC President Dr. Ben Dillard and members of the Marion County Healthcare Foundation which contributed $400,000 to fund the renovations. ... Read More

MCHF provides $275,000 to Agriporium

May 2015 -- Marion County Council members were presented a big check from the Marion County Healthcare Foundation Tuesday to help move forward with the planned Pee Dee Agriporium. “Its important to us to support projects that ultimately help support healthy living and health in Marion County,” Executive Director Mary Dunbar said. “We felt that providing farmers an opportunity to provide their fresh produce to restaurants and the grocers in the area.” The food hub is a great way great way for farmers to be successful and allows them a place to sell, she said of the connection. ... Read More

MCHF Awards $800,000 in Grant Funding

May 2015 -- The Board of Directors of the Marion County Healthcare Foundation awarded six Community Impact Grants and three Mini Grants totaling $800,000 during their April board meeting. A $275,000 check helping to fund the Pee Dee Agriporium Food Hub commercial kitchen facility will be presented to county officials at the May 12 County Council meeting. MCHF will add to the project that includes funds from the Department of Commerce ($600,000), the Department of Agriculture ($261,000) and Marion County ($300,000), a press release said. ... Read More