Disaster Action Team Volunteers: Help comfort and support people in your community by meeting any immediate needs such as food, shelter, clothing or supplies and connecting them to long term recovery services. We supply all the training you need. Preferred Commitment: 2–4 shifts per month, 4–6 hours shift
There are many ways to get involved with and support DU's conservation work. From donations to shopping our DU merchandise, including DU in your estate plans, protecting your property through a conservation easement, and volunteering on your local committee, there is something for everyone at DU. Learn more about how you can get involved at https://www.ducks.org/get-involved Ducks Unlimited is powered in part by a volunteer army more than 50,000 strong across the U.S. We welcome anyone and everyone to volunteer on their local committee, which host and organize fundraising events in their communities. Learn more at https://www.ducks.org/volunteer
To promote the conservation of our natural environment while fostering local community and commerce. The Vision of Murrells Inlet 2020 is to make Murrells Inlet a great place to live, work and visit through a combination of environmental awareness, infrastructure improvements, economic development, and community involvement.
To protect, and to promote an appreciation of, the significant natural, agricultural, and historical resources of the Pee Dee Watershed through voluntary permanent land conservation easements and educational programs.
To provide a safe and nurturing environment for abandoned and mistreated dogs and cats until they can be placed in loving homes. Raising awareness through public education, community outreach and a wellness clinic, we seek to promote respect for the lives of cats and dogs by breaking the cycle of abuse, neglect and pet overpopulation in our community.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources' provides place-based marine science programs that focus on the conservation of the state's coastal natural resources, as well as relevant science standards. Aboard a 45’ catamaran, the Educational Vessel (E/V) Discovery, and on land, staff provide science investigations using field sampling techniques and equipment that echo current research methods.