Living Water Foundation

Encouraging All People to Achieve a Better Quality of Life

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Fall Feast in the Field: Oct 11 @ 6:30 pm

Purchase Tickets Here: paypal.me/LivingWaterFoundFeast in the Field

The Living Water Foundation is inviting you to our first annual Feast in the Field – an extraordinary farm to table dining experience.
This exciting event will feature an evening of seasonal, locally sourced Food for the Southern Soul prepared by lowcountry legend, Jimmy Haygood.

Feast in the Field is the signature fundraising event for the Living Water Foundation. Money raised from this event will be used to assist with the development and implementation of the Living Water Foundation Community Garden and Education Center. The garden will serve as a communal “farmacy” for people interested in improving their health through healthy lifestyle changes.

Founded in 1998, the Living Water foundation originated from the vision, dedication and compassion of Dr. Oscar Lovelace. As a family physician, Dr. Lovelace saw first hand the burdens and needs of his patients as well as his community.

Initially, the foundation was established to assist patients who could not afford their medications. Over the years, a group of selfless caring individuals has nurtured this work to a much broader scope. Today, the Living Water Foundation is a non-profit 501©3 organization with the mission to encourage all people to achieve a better quality of life.

Come to the table and join us for a great meal and even better company.

Watch Our Garden Grow

This is exciting! We are breaking ground for the Living Water Foundation community garden. Check back often and watch our garden grow.

The garden will serve as a communal “farmacy”for those interested in improving their health through healthy lifestyle changes.

Feast in the Field

Purchase Tickets Here   paypal.me/LivingWaterFound

The Living Water Foundation is inviting you to our first annual Feast in the Field – an extraordinary farm to table dining experience.

This exciting event will feature an evening of seasonal, locally sourced provisions prepared by the talented Chef Steven W. Foulis. Guest speakers, Dr. David Shields and Master Gardner John Coykendall will delight the crowd with their unique perspectives for preserving farm heritage and share their passion for saving heirloom seeds.

Feast in the Field is the signature fundraising event for the Living Water Foundation. Money raised from this event will be used to assist with the development and implementation of the Living Water Foundation Community Garden and Education Center. The garden will serve as a communal “farmacy” for people interested in improving their health through healthy lifestyle changes.

Founded in 1998, the Living Water foundation originated from the vision, dedication and compassion of Dr. Oscar Lovelace. As a family physician, Dr. Lovelace saw first hand the burdens and needs of his patients as well as his community.

Initially, the foundation was established to assist patients who could not afford their medications. Over the years, a group of selfless caring individuals has nurtured this work to a much broader scope. Today, the Living Water Foundation is a non-profit 501©3 organization with the mission to encourage all people to achieve a better quality of life.

Come to the table and join us for a great meal and even better company.

LWF Receives Generous Land Donation

Strawberry PlantThanks to a generous land donation, The Living Water Foundation will soon move forward with the development of community garden and educational center.

Dr. Joseph Brannigan, an area nephrologist, along with his partners at Columbia Nephrology, graciously gifted the 1.8 acres. Not only does this gift support the Foundation’s mission of “encouraging all people to achieve a better quality of life”, it also provides an opportunity for great educational experiences that will serve this community for generations to come.

A ground breaking ceremony is planned for Spring 2018. Please check back soon for addition details.

 

 

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