Meeting Basic Needs
MISSION: To provide facilities and services to meet the physical, social, psychological and educational needs of the under-served people in our community.
MISSION: To assist women facing unplanned pregnancy by offering them understanding and information related to available community services.
MISSION: To empower our community with the means to STOP the spread of HIV through Prevention, Education, Treatment and Support.
MISSION: To help those who are in need of emergency assistance, including medical, fire, food, and utilities.
MISSION: Promotes self-sufficiency and strives to break the cycle of poverty in South Carolina by serving our neighbors in need.
MISSION: We are a team of cancer survivors promoting positive, emotional, spiritual and physical well being through the ancient sport of Dragon Boat Racing.
MISSION: 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.
MISSION: To feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and creatively meet the unmet needs of Georgetown County.
MISSION: To increase the awareness of diabetes and related diseases, and support diabetes health care, by providing community-based resources for fitness and nutritional education.
MISSION: The Good Neighbor Program offers a helping hand to customers of the Georgetown County Water & Sewer District who are faced with financial hardship
MISSION: Work in partnership with God and people everywhere, from all walks of life, to develop communities with God’s people in need by building houses so that there are decent houses in decent communities in which people can live and grow in all that God intended.
MISSION: To provide compassionate care to those in crisis or poverty. To provide the opportunity to change for those able to become self-sufficient.
MISSION: To educate, enhance and encourage veterans in the low country by reaching veterans who are affected by homelessness, physical disabilities, mental disabilities, unemployment and job retention.
MISSION: To lead the fight against hunger in our community.
MISSION: To provide a Christian environment for formerly incarcerated females in South Carolina where life restoration and spiritual healing can begin.
MISSION: We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring the vision and improving the lives of uninsured South Carolina residents suffering from cataracts or urgent, sight threatening retinal disorders by providing free surgical care.
MISSION: To provide direct services to the victims of sexual assault and to provide education to the Georgetown Communities in the prevention of sexual violence.
MISSION: To be a Catholic Christian presence in an economically deprived area of Georgetown. We are committed to serving all persons in a compassionate manner with a special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable. We are committed to collaborating with other organizations in an effort to assist persons in need.
MISSION: To provide free health care to low-income, uninsured adults living in Georgetown County.
MISSION: To provide interdisciplinary, compassionate, professional and volunteer services for persons with life limiting illnesses and their families. The program is dedicated to promoting quality of life and serves as a community resource for end of life issues.
MISSION: To study the characteristics and market trends of the region in relation to economic and housing issues in the Waccamaw Region and identify and analyze economic and housing problems, issues, obstacles and opportunities in order to implement strategies that will increase affordable housing and economic opportunities in the region;
MISSION: To create a partnership of clients, families, communities and staff to therapeutically assist people with mental disorders.
MISSION: Administers regional programs and fosters inter-governmental cooperation to support the three-county region it serves. That region includes Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg counties.