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Kevin E. Wimberly CEO at SC UpLift Community Outreach

SC UpLift Community Outreach receives 1st Gold Certified Universal Living Home in South Carolina

Builders Industry Association of Central South Carolina awarded the 1st Gold Certified Universal Living Home in South Carolina to SC UpLift Community Outreach

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(Columbia, SC) – SC UpLift Community Outreach today announced that they have received the 1st Gold Certification in the state of South Carolina for Universal Living Homes. The home is located at 4221 Shorecrest Dr. Columbia, SC 29209 (*currently on market.)

This milestone is a major accomplishment for SC UpLift on its mission to be an integral part of communities in South Carolina. The development of this home was made possible through funding by Richland County Community Development.

“We are honored and incredibly pleased to receive the 1st Gold Universal Living Home Certification in the state of South Carolina!  In the 12 years, we have been in existence we have been awarded more than 4 million dollars in rehabs across the state and partnered with several different organizations. Our primary mission is to help individuals and families as they seek to improve their quality of life by providing quality affordable housing,

Kevin E. Wimberly, Co-Founder/CEO at SC UpLift Community

This news comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the organization, including:

  • The Town of Summerton and AARP Tiny Home project 
  • Recently built new home in the Bluff Estates community
  • Several rehabs within multiple communities around Columbia with the addition of Telehealth services and Aging in Place amenities 

SC Uplift’s mission is to uplift and improve communities in South Carolina and ensure that the individuals and families in them have quality safe, secure, and affordable housing.

Click here to see important Universal Design Features of the home at 4221 Shorecrest Dr. Columbia, SC 29209.

To learn more about SC Uplift Community Outreach affordable homes and grants for home renovations, visit www.scuplift.org.

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