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
To lead Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties to sustainability by empowering the lives of its community members. We empower through two initiatives: Early Childhood Literacy Success and Disaster Resiliency.
Funds to support our after shcool program that we would like to put in this this school. We would like help off set the cost to parents for weeks that the kids will be out schools this year due to the new school schedule.
To reduce the injuries and deaths resulting from domestic violence. We partner with local agencies to provide comprehensive, coordinated services to victims of domestic violence and educational programs for our community.
To collaborate with other entities, while preparing and getting children ready for school and school success. It is our job to support the learning efforts and development of every child, with an understanding that each child is unique with different strengths and weaknesses.
We could use volunteers at our ReStore, especially someone who wants to curate our art section. We can use volunteers for our new building and home repair programs. We can also use donations of household goods for our ReStore. We can come pick items up at no charge. Also, if you are redoing your kitchen, we can come take down the old cabinets if you wish to donate them to the store (a de-construct!).
Most needed food/essential items: Canned protein including tuna and chicken, Diapers and hygiene items, Canned fruits and vegetables, Peanut butter, Whole grain rice, pasta, and oats, low sugar cereal, low sodium soups and stews. Donations can by dropped off at our Food Lion Feeds Regional Food Center, 4716 Northgate Blvd., Myrtle Beach. Please call ahead at (843) 448-0341. The Lowcountry Food Bank is also in need of volunteers to assist with monthly food distributions at Loris Middle School and in Conway. Please contact Heather Singleton at email@example.com or 843-747-8146 ext. 300 to sign up or for additional volunteer opportunities.
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.
To strengthen dignity by raising awareness of Period Poverty through providing free menstrual health products to individuals in need and advocating for equal and tax-free access to these essential products.
TPP is currently looking for volunteers willing to deliver product to Georgetown County Schools and agencies. We are also currently in need of ultra thin and maxi pads (sizes 1-5), regular absorbency tampons, as well as individually wrapped liners and individually wrapped personal care wipes.
To support and bring awareness of the services provided by Tidelands Community Hospice and to serve as a community resource on end-of-life issues. Care, beyond the traditional hospice role, comfort, and support is provided to all with life-limiting illnesses where they call home, their home, home of a relative, nursing or assisted living facility. Regardless of financial status or life situation, no one is turned away. Through Bereavement Programs, comfort and support is available to all adults and children who are grieving.
Volunteers are needed to become members of our team participating in all aspects of our services and programs from administrative assistance, patient care, special programs, bereavement programs, community outreach, awareness, and fundraising. It is each volunteer's choice on how, when, and amount of time that they would like to volunteer. For information on Volunteer Opportunities contact Heather Boyle, Volunteer Coordinator, at 843-546-3410 and visit tidelandshospice.org.