Save the SC Picture Project!
The South Carolina Picture Project needs your help in order to survive, and we would like to send you a signed print by one of our photographers as a way of saying thanks (see below).
If we are able to raise $19,648 by March 31, 2017, then we will be able to work for six more months. During this time, we have three goals:
(1) To obtain 501(c)(3) nonprofit status
(2) To seek sponsorships from the South Carolina business, tourism, and education communities
(3) To apply for grants
With your help, we hope to be able to survive long enough to become self-sufficient as a charitable organization. If we are unable to raise this money, the South Carolina Picture Project will close on April 1.
Until this time, we have been privately funded by a South Carolina family. A trust exists to keep the project online, but no new pictures or information will be added. Corrections will continue to be made when needed.
The South Carolina Picture Project is beloved by many citizens of South Carolina, and over 1,500,000 people use it every year to plan trips and study our state's history. Please help us continue this work. Thank you!
In exchange for your donation, we would like to send you a signed print from one of our generous photographers. We are deeply grateful for their support. The images will be professionally printed, and we will mail all prints between April 3 and April 21, 2017.
$65 or more = 8 x 10* of one photo below
$95 or more = 11 x 14* of one photo below
$115 or more = 16 x 20* of one photo below
* Please know that these sizes are approximate because some images do not scale precisely to these limits. If you are trying to work within the confines of specific dimensions, please ask!
Myrtle Beach by Steve Rich
Boneyard Beach by Ben Sumrell
Lake Murray by Ralph Mayer
Aiken Training Track by Larry Gleason
Lake Moultrie by Brandon Coffey
Morris Island Lighthouse by Vanessa Kauffmann
Shem Creek by Pamela Talbird
Gervais Street Bridge by Benton Henry
Furman Belltower by Tom Taylor
College of Charleston by Kathie Lee
Old Sheldon Ruins by Jim Dollar
Lake Jocassee by Mark VanDyke
Table Rock by Steven Faucette
Poinsett Bridge by James Salters
Heron at Swan Lake by Pete Lawrence
Egret in Nest by Pete Lawrence
Magnolia Gardens by Norma Armstrong
Mount Carmel Presbyterian Church by Bill Fitzpatrick
Palmetto Moon by Benton Henry
Palmetto Snow by Michael K. Jones