SCPA delivers $53 billion in annual statewide economic impact and is responsible for 187,200 S.C. jobs, according to a 2015 study by the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business.
One in eleven jobs is tied to the Port paying 40 percent higher than the state’s average wage.
Through educational outreach, a non-profit grant program, and community involvement on both an individual employee and corporate level, SCPA seeks to be a good neighbor and support the regions of the state in which we operate.
Charleston Waterkeeper, Chucktown Squash Scholars and Daniel Morgan Technology Center are just three of the forty-two charitable organizations that received support from SCPA’s Community Grant Program in 2015.
SCPA seeks to be the greenest port in the Southeast through the reduction of environmental impacts of our operations, as well as partnerships with local environmental initiatives and organizations.
SCPA contributed $5 million to the Lowcountry Open Land Trust in January 2015 to support conservation efforts in the Cooper River Corridor.