Fund a portion of this mural to beautify the Midlands
AND help families in need!

Gamecock Water Tank Mural - Funded Squares Grid

Fund a square on SC’s coolest (and HUGEST) community art project!

The mural design is divided into 3,840 squares.

You fund a square in your name (or in someone else’s name) for $25.

For each square you fund, 25 meals will be donated to Harvest Hope Food Bank.

Once all squares are funded, the mural is painted for the entire community to enjoy!

You are helping transform a rusty eyesore into a new South Carolina landmark. The water tank is on one of the highest points in the Midlands near the intersection of I-26 and I-77, and planes flying into Columbia Metropolitan Airport fly right over it. Visitors to Columbia will remember this!

Every square purchased will provide 25 meals to Harvest Hope Food Bank’s Emergency Food Pantry. 1 in 4 households with children in Harvest Hope’s service area don’t know where their next meal will come from. Buying a square on the Gamecock Mural will help improve someone’s life.

Your name will be listed on a public display beside the water tank, which will also show the exact square you funded on the mural! You can purchase a square in your name or in a friend or loved one’s name. It’s a unique, one-of-a-kind gift, especially for the Gamecock fans in your life!

You get an official certificate! You don’t have to wait until the display is finished to prove your support – you’ll be able to download a printable certificate as soon as you purchase a square. You can display it for yourself or give it to someone to let them know you purchased a square in their name.

squares remaining on range side

(Steve Spurrier Silhouette)

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squares remaining on top
Gamecock Golf Ball Top

(Golf Ball)

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squares remaining on highway side
Gamecock Mural: Darius Rucker Silhouette

(Darius Rucker Silhouette)

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Whether you’re donating to show support for the Gamecocks, or to fund public artwork, or to help feed those in need, I think there is something about this project that everyone can get behind.

– Mayor Elise Partin, City of Cayce