Local businesses donate $2,500 to Children’s Place | News


Local businesses that partner with Children’s Place to provide goods and services to the Guardian Angel Program.

CSRA and Midlands-based cybersecurity firm Intellisystems donated $2,500 to Peggy Ford, Executive Director of Children’s Place. Children’s Place serves Aiken, Bamburg, Barnwell, Edgefield, and McCormick counties in South Carolina.

IntelliSystems President and CEO Kevin Wade said: “As we expand our new headquarters facility in Aiken this year, we are very pleased to contribute in a small way to furthering their mission.”

The Guardian Angels program provides children with essential supplies and basic clothing throughout the winter months. In December, volunteers take children shopping.

For more information on the Guardian Angel Program, please visit Children’s Place website.

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