Columbia, SC – Kids’ Chance of South Carolina is pleased to announce Stewart Law Offices as the presenting sponsor of the 23rd Annual Dennis Brewer Memorial Golf Tournament, to be held on September 18, 2020.
Stewart founding partner, Brent Stewart states, “When a parent is suddenly unable to work after a job accident, the stability of the entire family is put in jeopardy. Our law firm and Kids’ Chance of South Carolina share a similar mission in helping these deserving families find the financial means necessary to secure a better future.”
This annual golf tournament raises funds for scholarships that are awarded to children who have a parent that has been seriously injured or killed in a work-related accident in South Carolina. Contributions to the golf tournament directly benefit deserving students who need financial assistance to pursue and reach their educational goals.
Established in 1993, Kids’ Chance of South Carolina secures funding for scholarships to help students with their educational expenses. Events such as the Dennis Brewer Memorial Golf Tournament and corporate partnerships net more than $100,000 annually for scholarships. Kids’ Chance of South Carolina has given hundreds of deserving students the opportunity to achieve their academic dreams through the scholarship program, awarding approximately $1.1 million to 500 students.
About Stewart Law Offices
For 25 years, Stewart has played an active role in a number of charities throughout South Carolina and North Carolina. Through the generosity and tireless efforts of Stewart Law Offices employees, families and friends, philanthropy has become more than an initiative — it is a way of life. Stewart Law Offices has offices located in Columbia, Spartanburg, Rock Hill, Beaufort** and Charlotte. The principal office is 1242 Ebenezer Rd., Rock Hill, SC 29732. To learn more about Stewart Law Offices, visit http://www.samandseb.com.
About Kids’ Chance of South Carolina, Inc.
Kids’ Chance of South Carolina, Inc. is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 South Carolina corporation. It is governed by a volunteer board of directors, composed of business and community leaders. Its board meets quarterly and lends it expertise to the operations of the organization and offering support to its Executive Director.
Students between the ages of 16-25 who have a parent or legal guardian that has been killed or seriously injured in a work-related accident in South Carolina is eligible to apply for a scholarship. Kids’ Chance of South Carolina takes great pride in the many ways they’ve helped students achieve their academic goals over the past 28 years.
To learn more about Kids’ Chance of South Carolina, visit: the MCC Foundation, visit http://www.kidschancesc.org.