Little girl in swimming pool with inflatable toy ring eating orange. Kids swim on summer vacation. Tropical fruit and healthy snack. Swim aids for child. Kid on colorful float. Beach and water fun.

Outdoor Summer Safety Mini-Guide with GoNoodle

Summertime is known for family, vacation, relaxing, gatherings, friends and free time. Summertime also means more daylight, warmer days and more time outdoors! The first part of our Summer Safety Mini-Guide focuses on Outdoor Summer Safety for all...

Equipping & Empowering: Take Action this Child Abuse Prevention Month

Last fall, during our Envision Conference, which was held in partnership with the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, we were honored to have as our keynote, Anthony Edwards...

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

With their pinwheels, special days to wear blue, and local events, child advocates are out in full force bringing awareness to the many forms of child abuse affecting our children. That’s because we know that the only way to end child abuse is...


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Charleston Chef Fred Neuville Supports D2L

Charleston Chef Fred Neuville Supports D2L

Charleston chef Fred Neuville is holding a week long celebration July 6th through July 12th to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of his restaurant The Fat Hen, and the opening of his new restaurant The Wild Olvie. On the night of July 7th, every guest in attendance will receive a glass of champagne and be invited … Read More
King St. Whiskey and Jazz Tour Benefiting D2L

King St. Whiskey and Jazz Tour Benefiting D2L

The King Street Whisky & Jazz Tour is coming to Halls Chophouse. Charleston’s finest new steakhouse will host a Whisky Dinner with world-renowned Dutch whisky expert and author Hans Offringa presenting his newest book Whisky & Jazz, Monday June 15 at 7:00 PM. Whisky & Jazz is a gorgeous 208-page, full-color coffee table book with … Read More

What’s With The Ant?

If you were to walk into our office not knowing what we do, your first guess might be entomologists: insect scientists. Throughout the office we have ants of all shapes, sizes and colors decorating each and every corner. It’s funny how we came to be ant enthusiasts, but at Darkness to Light we hold the … Read More