Our Mission

To leave a legacy of greatly enriching the lives of our team members, our clients, and our community for generations to come.

Our Why

Josh and Jen McConnell’s son, Bodhi, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Neuroblastoma when he was 5 months old. By the Grace of God and the incredible staff at MUSC Children’s Hospital, Bodhi was diagnosed Cancer-free after four rounds of chemotherapy!

Josh and Jen are passionate about raising funds for MUSC and pediatric cancer research. In fact, a portion of every commission our team receives goes to MUSC Pediatric Cancer Research! We were honored to donate $25,000 to Dr. Kraveka & her research in 2020 and we are excited for our 2021 goal of raising $50,000 for pediatric cancer research.

Pictured are Bodhi and Dr. Jacqueline M. Kraveka. She hosts the only pediatric cancer research lab in South Carolina.

Live Local, Give Local, Serve Local

Raising Awareness

Josh & Jen are passionate about donating their time to and for many local foundations throughout the year. From speaking engagements for MUSC to national marketing campaigns bringing awareness about pediatric cancer, to hosting food drives for East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO), giving back is an essential part of their lives and our team's mission.



In 2021 we opened our own foundation, The McConnell Foundation. The McConnell Foundation provides support to pediatric cancer research performed right here in Charleston and shared on a national network.

Cares for Kids Radiothon 2019

Bodhi after the 2019 MUSC Radiothon hosted by 103.5 WEZL and Y102.5.
​​​​​​​$200,000+ was raised for pediatric cancer research in 48 hours!

We have been honored to share Bodhi's story since he was diagnosed cancer free in 2018. We use this experience as inspiration to raise funds for pediatric cancer research each year. Our son's oncologist, Dr. Jacqueline Kraveka, has the only pediatric cancer research lab in the state of South Carolina. We are dedicated to making a difference so a portion of every commission our team makes goes toward pediatric cancer research at MUSC Children's Hospital. Below you get to see Bodhi ringing The Survivor's Bell in the Spring of 2018. Among one of the cooler things we have been able to do with his story is share it with the world during the 104th Indianapolis 500 race in August of 2020. Check out his commercial below!

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