Birthdays For All is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Charleston, South Carolina. They operate on the belief that every child deserves to celebrate their birthday. Their mission is to brighten the lives of children in Foster Care by providing birthday presents on their special day. They are the only nonprofit providing birthday presents to foster children in the Lowcountry, including Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties.
Bread + Butter is a burgeoning nonprofit organization aimed at connecting Charleston’s hospitality industry with the community at large through staffing and service initiatives. Bread + Butter serves as an umbrella organization to help Charleston address its staffing shortage by working with these culinary training programs to provide the resources they desperately need. We also serve as a resource to connect area restaurants with local nonprofits.
Located in the Pacific Box & Crate development at 1505 King Street, Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. is less than a mile from Edmund’s Oast restaurant and Edmund’s Oast Exchange. The 20,000 square foot brewery produces a variety of beers packaged in cans, bottles, and kegs for wide-reaching wholesale. The brewery sports over a dozen EOBC beers on tap and regularly cans a number of offerings.
Founded by Pierre Manigault and John M. Burbage in 2008, Evening Post Books is the award-winning book publishing division of Evening Post Industries based in Charleston, South Carolina. They specialize in books written by authors hailing from and writing about the South Carolina Lowcountry, including high-quality fiction, non-fiction, and specialty publications. Their catalogue consists of over 50 publications that represent Charleston’s thriving literary scene.
HEART is an inclusive arts community that provides visual arts, music, and performing arts mentorships and community engagement for adults with special needs who want to grow and develop as artists. HEART is a 501c3 non-profit and a creative and adventurous family of artists, performers, and all-around creative misfits.
Heal with HeARTS (HwH) creates project-based learning programs unique to each school’s curriculum. Visual and Performing Arts are integrated into academic areas, including science, history, mathematics, technology, and language arts. Local artists and instructors specialize in modeling and demonstrating their specific craft to engage students.
The Park Cafe believes that great food isn’t complicated. Their kitchen team sources fresh, quality ingredients from Charleston purveyors, so the food speaks for itself. As with their own home kitchens, they want good food prepared tastefully in an understated but refined setting.
Located in the heart of the Holy City, Queen Street Grocery has been creating savory & sweet crepes, hot-pressed sandwiches, and all day breakfast, as well as craft beer, wine, and good tunes since 1992.
Workshop is Charleston’s exploratory food court, in addition to being the home of the Ohm Radio Studio! There is always something new at one of six rotating kitchens, where emerging and renowned chefs experiment with culinary concepts.
Amber Von Harten
Charleston Shop Curator
Ed Kosak Unity
Herman Von Harten
Jarvis Family Reality
Living Oak Massage*
Prometheus Radio Project
Twist + Shout Studio*