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SC Governor's Office Executive Orders

July 1, 2022 - Executive Order 2022-19

Governor Henry McMaster issued Executive Order 2022-19 on July 1, 2022, which directs state agencies to disclose online detailed information about the entities who are receiving earmarked appropriations from the FY 2022-23 General Appropriations Act. In addition, Governor McMaster’s order requires agencies to disclose how the taxpayer funds are spent, prohibits the practice of providing funds in advance to legislators for personal delivery, and requires additional measures designed to increase transparency and accountability.


Entities Receiving Earmarked Appropriations
Through SCDSS SFY2023-2024

Epworth Children’s Home

Beyond Basic Life Skills- Family Support

Catholic Charities of SC- Getting Ahead Program

Crosswell Children’s Home

Darkness to Light- Child Sexual Assault Prevention

Dianne’s Call- Food Insecurity

Healthy Learners

Man 2 Man Fatherhood

Rembert Area Community Coalition

Alternatives to Abortion Awareness Campaign

My Sister’s House

Men Against Domestic Violence (M.A.D.) USA

Laurens County- Bailey Building Remodel

Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston



Entities Receiving Earmarked Appropriations
Through SCDSS SFY2022-2023

Richland County

Real Champions  

Florence Crittenton   

The Courage Center

The FY2022-2023 State Appropriations law included a non-recurring budget pass through for $301,461 for The Courage Center in the DSS section that was intended to be included in the Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) section. An Interagency Budget transfer sending those specific funds from DSS to DAODAS in the amount of $301,461 was processed on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.


Please check back for more information as it becomes available.
Current as of June 19, 2024


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