Harvest Hope Holiday Food Drive

Posted on December 21, 2023

One in ten of our South Carolina neighbors, including over 100,000 children, face hunger on a daily basis. This statistic hits even closer to home during the holiday season.

Harvest Hope Food Bank began in 1981 with a goal to provide for the hungry in Columbia, SC. Since then, Harvest Hope has increased its mission to feed the hungry across 20 counties in South Carolina. They help by providing over 20 million meals on average to neighbors in need across SC and the Upstate.  DP3 Architects hosted a holiday food drive to help the cause and provide meals to struggling families in our community.

Harvest Hope is on a mission to eliminate hunger and food insecurity in South Carolina. They are South Carolina’s largest food bank, providing food for organizations across the state who serve families in need, with special allocations for our most vulnerable residents, including children, seniors, and people in rural areas without access to grocery stores.

To learn more about Harvest Hope and how to donate or host your own food drive, click HERE.

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DP3 Architects Named “Best in Business” For Second Consecutive Year

Posted on December 8, 2023

DP3 Architects proudly announces its recognition as “Best Architectural Firm in South Carolina” for the second consecutive year by Greenville Business Magazine‘s 2023 SC Best in Business Awards.

The Greenville Business Magazine features SC Best in Business Awards each year to honor regional businesses in hundreds of categories. Nominees were submitted and voted for directly by the community. DP3 Architects was among several state-wide firms nominated in the “Best Architectural Firm” category and the top three finalists are now featured in the magazine’s December issue.

“We are very honored to receive this public recognition for the second year in a row.  The Best in Business – Best Architectural Firm award belongs to our outstanding team at DP3 Architects and to our clients who allow us the opportunities to create spaces that benefit the community.  said Principal and CEO, Brian Thomas.  “As we approach our 40th anniversary we look forward to continuing the great relationships we have built and to forming new ones as South Carolina continues to grow.”

To see more in the December issue of Greenville Business Magazine, click HERE.

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