Palmetto Cheese, Sea View Inn, and Get Carried Away are proud to support the following organizations throughout Georgetown County and other National Organizations.
As part of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families network, they provide free community-based services and support for fathers and families in Conway, Georgetown and Myrtle Beach counties.
Mission Statement: To engage and empower fathers in the positive support of their children through goal-oriented programs that enable them to find stable employment, practice healthy parenting, and gain hope for the future of their families.
For more information about A Father’s Place, click here.
Caring and Sharing helps with Food, Electric bills, water bills, heating bills, medicine and the necessary bills they are unable to pay. We also help with burn-outs, medical donations and Children’s Christmas Items for the low income families. This organization began through the vision of Director Carl Harmon to help people who were lacking basic needs in this, one of the poorest areas in the United States.
Mission Statement: The purpose of this organization shall be to help disabled people and senior citizens on low income. We will do our best to help the disabled and senior citizens that live on a low, fixed income, with light bills, heating bills, medicine, water bills and the necessary bills they are unable to pay. We will furnish food on a weekly basis for those who need help in purchasing food that they may have to do without, if they do not receive help.
For more information about Caring and Sharing, click here.
Each year, Helping Hands of Georgetown County, gives help in the form of clothing, healthcare, food, utilities, and more.
Mission Statement: Helping Hands offers HOPE, HELP, and CHANGE in Georgetown County. On faith-based principles, we seek to create sustainable futures through job training and youth empowerment to relieve generational and situational poverty, while meeting immediate needs of food insecurity, utility support, and dental care.
For more information about Helping Hands of Georgetown County, Inc., click here.
Mission – To provide a hand-up for people to meet their basic needs.
Vision – A commitment of religious groups, community organizations and volunteers working together to supply the missing link to people by providing services to meet their emergency daily living needs.
Services – Hot meal program: 5 days a week, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, Open to anyone in the community, Devotionals and prayers led by clients
Temporary Emergency Shelter: Application and background check
Smith Medical Clinic Shuttle: Weekly from Georgetown to Pawleys Island
Job Training: Developed and implemented a Nurses Aide Training Program
Expansion Efforts: Areas in the county without adequate access to food and medical treatment.
For more information about Friendship Place, click here.
Mission Statement: to serve as a conduit for the people, working to make positive changes in our community that will improve the quality of life for all. We seek to develop and sustain meaningful partnerships with individuals, public agencies and organizations in order to promote and achieve:
- Youth Development (click to learn more)
- Literacy Enrichment (click to learn more)
- STEM-based education (click to learn more)
- Recreation Enhancements
- Community Improvements
Every morning in Georgetown County, one in three low-income adults wakes up to another day without health insurance, hoping not to suffer a serious illness or injury. For them, Smith Medical Clinic, Inc. is a lifesaver.
Smith Medical Clinic, Inc. provides free of charge medical care to residents of Georgetown County who do not have insurance and cannot afford to pay for medical care. We help our patients enjoy better health by providing excellent care, education and support.
For more information about Smith Medical Clinic, click here.