Community Service

Each year Mergent is pleased to become involved in organized programs run in the local community and also to support local needs. Mergent has been privileged to become involved in the following:

Sponsoring The North Carolina and South Carolina Academy Rugby Team

Financial Sponsor and numerous volunteer hours are devoted to the North Carolina All-Stars youth Rugby team and the North Carolina and South Carolina Rugby Academy. All of these teams focus on character development, academic motivation, team work and leadership skills as well as winning games.

Congratulations to the Carolina Dragons for clinching the 2013 Rugby Championship!

Community Blood Center of the Carolinas

CBCC's mission is to be the steward of a community resource; life-saving blood. CBCC collects blood from the community to return it to the community at the lowest possible cost, consistent with the highest standards of quality.

CBCC is an independent, locally-managed, non-profit community blood center. We are the primary blood supplier to the region's patients and hospitals.

We're members of America's Blood Centers, a group of 72 independent blood centers that supplies 50 percent of the country's blood. We subscribe to a community-based blood banking philosophy. That means community donors know that the blood they give stays in our community first -- helping family members, friends and neighbors. Excess supply is shared with other communities when needed.

Our vision is to build and strengthen the bonds of our community.

Humane Society of York County (HSYC)

The Humane Society of York County (HSYC) is an independent local non-profit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We are located in Fort Mill, South Carolina and serve the greater Charlotte region including York, Lancaster and Mecklenburg counties.

We successfully placed 924 pets in loving homes last year preventing them from being euthanized. In an effort to stop future overpopulation, we now require that all adopted pets be spayed or neutered before leaving our rescue.

Because we are an independent no kill facility, we make our own funds via grants, adoptions, fund raising activities and donations from our generous supporters. Often people think since we are named the Humane Society we receive funds from other Humane Society non profits and we do NOT. So please give locally and volunteer. We work diligently to be good stewards of our funds so that more lives can be saved.

Please Opt to Adopt and share our information with everyone you know.

Fort Mill Care Center


A volunteer run not-profit organization of concerned citizens who address the immediate needs of other citizens within the town of Fort Mill, South Carolina.

The Care Center has been in operation since 1967 when The Fort Mill Ministerial Association founded the Fort Mill Care Center, Inc. to handle the many requests needed for family aid.

Our major emphasis is helping families who find themselves in need of basic necessities. If we cannot provide adequate assistance, we try to provide counsel, or guidance to other agencies that can help.


We provide assistance with food, fuel, power, heat, and medicine to the citizens of Fort Mill, SC.


Contributions from individuals, churches, social and civic organizations and businesses. We would appreciate your support for the success of this growing ministry.

All of the Fort Mill Care Center Staff are volunteers donating their time, passion to serve, and hard work!

In addition, Mergent employees have also been involved in annual events held in Charlotte including ‘Race for Cure’ and the ‘Crop Walk’.   An annual bake sale is held every fall to benefit the "Walk to End" Alzheimer's Association.

Every holiday season employees donate food and healthcare items to the Fort Mill Care Center.  Last year we collected over 445 pounds.