JEDA’s 2017 Annual Report – Committed to South Carolina’s Growth

Since its inception in 1983, JEDA has been at the forefront of economic progress in the Palmetto State by connecting businesses and non-profits with funding opportunities needed to advance economic growth in healthcare, education, manufacturing, non-profit and solid waste sectors.

Bonds Issued
July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

During this past fiscal year, JEDA served as conduit issuer in 21 financings totaling more than $852 million, benefitting 19 different borrowers in 11 counties.

In addition to benefitting the various local communities by creating temporary construction jobs, these financings contributed to the creation and retention of 12,871 jobs.

“For nearly 35 years, JEDA has worked alongside as critical providers of education and healthcare, as well as manufacturers, non-profits and entrepreneurs large and small, who are all making an investment in South Carolina’s future.”
— Harry A. Huntley, CPA, Executive Director, JEDA

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The Citadel Real Estate Foundation
East Point Academy
GREEN Midlands, LLC
Hammond School
Mason Preparatory School
Oceanside Collegiate Academy
Wofford College



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AnMed Health
Bishop Gadsden Episcopal Retirement Community
Conway Medical Center
Lakewood Senior Living
Lutheran Homes of South Carolina
Medical Society of South Carolina
Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina
Roper St. Francis
Tidelands Health
Upstate Senior Living/The Woodlands at Furman
Wesley Commons
Westminster Presbyterian Center