The Good: Local Manufacturers Assist Helping Hands


Local manufacturers assist Helping Hands

Manufacturers Caring for Pickens County (MCPC) recently helped in the grand opening of the new Helping Hands of Clemson facility. Helping Hands is an emergency shelter and foster home for abused and neglected children. The new facility, which houses 45 children, opened on July 29. MCPC provided 40 sets of sheets and a check for $800. MCPC board members John Cutchin and Ed Martin presented the check to Leigh Anna Kennemore, development director for Helping Hands of Clemson.


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