“The Ritedose Corporation is honored and proud to have been selected as a subcontractor to ApiJect for the production of single-dose prefilled syringes intended for administering COVID-19 vaccines. This is a direct result of the commitment demonstrated each day by the talented and dedicated people who work here.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (COLA DAILY) — The Columbia-based nonprofit, Homeless No More, unveiled a new pavilion Thursday morning to serve as a shady spot for families and children to gather. It will be available to the families using the organization's emergency/transitional housing services. The funding for the structure was provided by
Columbia, S.C. (WOLO) — There’s now a new outdoor pavilion to help families at ‘Homeless No More of Columbia,’ a local nonprofit that helps homeless families stay together and become self-sufficient. The pavilion offers a space for the children to safely play and be outside while remaining socially distanced.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - For the non-profit Homeless No More, Thursday was an opportunity to celebrate. The organization, which provides emergency, transitional, and low-cost housing for those struggling with homelessness, hosted a ribbon-cutting for a new pavilion at its complex, funded by The Ritedose Corporation.
COLUMBIA, SC—Keeping homeless families intact is difficult under the best circumstances. The historic pandemic adds to the challenges.
The Ritedose Corporation, a Columbia based pharmaceutical company, takes decisive action in response to the community impact of COVD-19 announcing it has donated about 1,500 bottles of hand sanitizer to Prisma Health and other South Carolina healthcare facilities.