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Maggie & Me 2019 ©

Being part of the solution, one community at a time

about Maggie & Me

I met a woman some odd years ago, the most gorgeous woman I have ever seen. A spirit as sweet as honey and heart big enough to swallow the universe. Unfortunately, her time here expired sooner than expected. This beautiful mother left behind a well for us to draw from. Maggie Snipe died in May of 2008 as a result of complications from a cancer diagnosis. Her life was built around serving others and remaining  committed to her deeply rooted spiritual beliefs. In honor of her service to others, MaggiE and Me was created to carry on the legacy of a warrior by supporting the initiatives of reputable non profit organizations in the community.



Connecting the right people to a common cause


To promote initiatives aimed at building a stronger community. This is made 
possible by planning, promoting, and executing cause marketing events.

Jennifer "Jiffy" Caywood-Williams

“I’m so excited and honored to serve the women who attend the Pour Into Me: A Brunch for Multi-Generation Women. As the premier chef I want these women to be feel empowered for all the great contributions and advocacy they do for their communities.”


Jennifer "Jiffy" Caywood-Williams is an artist and New Orleans native who recently moved to the Charleston area. Her husband, Landon, is an instructor at Naval Weapon Station Charleston. She has 5 tuxedo cats, Mazzy, Mardi, Menses, Micro, and Marco. She’s a private chef, artist, and designer. She became a private Chef after her appearance on MasterChef Season 8. She owns Second Chances Art & Vintage.  Her art reflects Native American and New Orleans culture. She is part of the Lumbee Nation. Jennifer also serves as the Communication Director for the Indigenous Women’s Alliance of South Carolina.

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