Community Giving 2017-08-19T20:50:45+00:00

Community Investment

Investing in your community is a great way to give back to those who have helped support your business. Volunteer groups and non-profit organizations do so much to help the communities of which we all are part, but they can’t do it alone.

As members of the community, we have a responsibility to help the less fortunate and contribute to the common good. Thomas Media Group, LLC feels so strongly that it’s been a longstanding practice of the company to donate to charitable organizations.

Organizations benefit from financial donations but also from a pair of helping hands – especially a pair of helping hands that are regularly available. We pride ourselves in volunteering with local organizations in our community.

Black Expo operates under Black Pages International’s non-profit status whose mission is to educate, enlighten and empower the community.

Who We’ve Supported

Charleston Community

100 Black Men of Charleston Mentoring Program
Avery Research
Biz Camp
Cannon Street YMCA
Carolina Youth Development
Father to Father Project
First Tee
For Us, By Us Breast Cancer Network
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Charleston Chapter
Jenkins Orphanage
LowCountry Food Bank
Mary For Elementary YWCA
Memminger Elementary
Operation Cool Breeze
Ovie Mughelli Football Camp
Rescue Mission
Teachers Supply Closet
Trident Boy’s and Girl’s Club
Upstate Methodist Relief Center

Columbia Community

Bethel Foundation
Big Brothers Big Sister of Columbia
Black Pages Biz Camp
Black Pages USA Scholarship Fund
Boy Scouts of America
Columbia Jr. Academy of Golf
Harvest Hope Food Bank
Jack and Jill of America Inc., – Columbia Chapter
James R. Clark Sickle Cell Foundation
Judge Matthew J. Perry Scholarship Fund
KOBAN Columbia
Matthew 25:35
South Carolina HIV AIDS Foundation

Florida Community

Clara White Mission
Habitat for Humanity
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Jacksonville Chapter
Mad Dads Inc
NAACP Act-So Program
Pan Hellenic Scholarship Fund
Save Africa Global
Seamark Ranch
Second Harvest Food Bank
Shannon Smith McCants Scholarship Fund
Teacher’s Supply Closet
Youth Crisis Center

Upstate Community

Boys and Girls Club
Harvest Hope Food Bank
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Greenville
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. – Spartanburg
LD Barksdale Sickle Cell Foundation
Phillis Wheatley Center
SHARE Community Action Partnership
Urban League Project Ready

Make A Donation

We depend on sponsorships to be a useful vehicle to the community. To make a donation or to sponsor Black Expo South, contact us at (803) 254-6404. We accept major credit cards.

If you are not able to make a monetary donation, we will appreciate you volunteering for Black Expo South.

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, you can learn more on our sponsors page.

Thank you for your support of Black Expo South.