Multi-Faceted Programs

Multi-Facet Service Event
(Services to Youth, The Arts, National Trends and Services, Health and Human Services)

On February 18, 2023 the Hilton Head (SC) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated was on the move once again as we celebrated the BLACK FAMILY WELLNESS EXPO at The Gullah Festival on Hilton Head, SC.  We highlighted our service in the community through a series of events.  Visitors to our tent were provided with literature and treats on BREAST CANCER AWARENESS, BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENINGS, and VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATIONS. 

The youth made and took away beaded bracelets with positive messages about HEALTH WELLNESS.  Two lucky visitors received gift cards for stopping by our tent. Chapter members from all five facets were in attendance.  Special thanks are extend to our Connecting Links for assisting with our setup and breakdown, our Heir-o-Link for assisting with the BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENINGS and our Alumnae Members for their support.  Kudos to our sister, Roselle Wilson, who also happened to be one of the key individuals for organizing the Gullah Festival on Hilton Head Island.  We had a prime location!

We enjoyed the bonding experience as we shared information on the importance of HEALTH WELLNESS with our community. 


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A Joint Service Project
National Trends and Services and
Services to Youth

The Hilton Head (SC) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated participated in the Voters’ Registration and Voters’ Education Fair on April 15, 2022 at the Bluffton Gullah Market.   The event was sponsored by Campbell Chapel AME Church Christian Social Action Organization and Black Voters Matter.  Our chapter joined other partners such as Iglesia Torre Fuerte, First Zion Baptist Church, Bible Missionary Baptist Church, League of Women Voters, Lowcountry Indivisible, Lowcountry Coalition Against Hate, Beaufort County Treasurer, Beaufort-Jasper Economic Opportunity Commission, HHIBAC Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Nu-Delta Omega Chapter, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Lowcountry Immigration Coalition.  In addition to sharing the importance of voting down ballot, members were able to share our Chapter’s Voting Impacts Student Awareness Program (V.I.S.A.)  The purpose of this program is to educate and mentor high school students on the importance of registering to vote, casting their vote, engaging in critical thinking when voting and becoming poll workers in their communities.  The goal is to increase the number of voters in Jasper, Hampton and Beaufort counties as students share their knowledge with family and friends.

Even a few of our alums joined in this most worthy event - (Toni Bailey, Jan Billingslea, and Anita Miles)!