For the fourth consecutive year, since the category was created, ECCO was voted the Best Non-Profit Group by readers of the Moultrie News! Other winners in this year’s Readers’ Choice awards include Advanced Hearing Care, Tara Griffin DSS, Roper St. Francis, Billy Swails – State Farm, South State Bank, and more. East Cooper Meals on Wheels was also recognized as the finalist for Best Non-Profit Group and Charleston Animal Society as Best Non-Profit Pet Organization.
With a 27 percent increase in voting, the Moultrie News announced the winners in a special section published on July 27. There is an online section dedicated to the winners that will stay up until the end of the year so anyone can see the full list.
On Thursday evening, July 27 at Alhambra Hall, Moultrie News hosted their annual Best of the Best awards ceremony recognizing the locals’ favorite establishments and industries in the Lowcountry. ECCO is fortunate to have participated in the event, and Stephanie Kelley had the chance to speak about the organization and thank the community for their support.
“This annual contest and celebration is very much anticipated every year by our readers and businesses. For the first time ever we opened up ticket sales to the general public so they too could join in on the party,” said Moultrie News publisher Vickey Boyd. The contest and event has been growing every year.
ECCO Named Best Nonprofit
Every year the Moultrie News hosts their Readers’ Choice Awards to select the best local businesses in East Cooper and beyond. With more than 27,000 tallies and almost 2,000 ballots, the 2016 results are in!
We are thrilled to have been voted Best Nonprofit for the THIRD year in a row by Moultrie News readers.
Thanks to the community for supporting ECCO!
ECCO named 2015 Best of the Best
Thank you Moultrie News readers for voting ECCO the 2015 Best Nonprofit Group!
We are honored to receive this award for the second year in a row. Click Here for the results of more than 20,289 tallies across 120 categories. Celebrate our friends and businesses that make this such a great place to live and work.
We are fortunate to receive ongoing support from thousands of individuals, religious institutions, schools, hospitals, businesses, foundations, partner agencies, media outlets, and other associations. The community makes it possible for us to serve low-wealth families and to continue helping our neighbors in need.