Giving Back Through the Holidays

During the holidays, Team MK found ways to give back to our community even with closures, social distancing and Covid 19 restrictions. We had team members completing a very chilly 5K to benefit East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO) and the Lowcountry Food Bank. And, with the help from our clients and employees, we were thrilled

Supporting Our Community Through Sponsorship

As we head into the homestretch of 2020, we continue to navigate events and fundraisers with Coronavirus safety measures in mind. We do all we can to help support businesses, schools, and people through this challenging time, even if that is through virtual events or Zoom gatherings. We are thankful these businesses forged forward and

Supporting Schools Through Sponsorship

These are challenging times with the spread of the Coronavirus. So many people, schools, and businesses are feeling the economic impact from cancellations and closures. Team MK wanted to give a shout out to these great schools who had to cancel their biggest fundraising events. We have supported them through event sponsorships, year after year.

MK Provides Gifts for Angels

eam MK had such a warm heart after last year’s Angel Tree, that we decided to go back to the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree for our give back this year. We received the Angel cards and hit the stores to shop! The Angels included boys and girls spanning several age levels which offered some fun

Picking and Packing at Lowcountry Orphan Relief

  Team MK arrived at the Lowcountry Orphan Relief distribution center ready to roll up our sleeves and get working! We picked and sorted items to include in backpacks for Lowcountry children identified as at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse, and/or neglect. Each bag included clothing, shoes, toiletries, books and a stuffed animal to love.

MK Sponsors East Point Academy’s Chinese New Year

This year, Paige attended EPA’s Chinese New Year festival. The room was transformed with Chinese cultural elements and the entertainment was lively with traditional Chinese performers. Decorations in red adorned the event as history claims it is the chosen color to scare off Nian the horrendous monster – thank goodness! McCay Kiddy was proud to