Every day we connect people, resources and needs to make positive and sustainable change in our communities.Learn more
Stepping up in a time of crisis
We’re facing a unique and potentially staggering health crisis. The lives of many of our neighbors will be upended, not necessarily by the virus itself, but by the consequences the virus will wreak. We're meeting this crisis head-on. Find out more about our Lowcountry Community COVID-19 Response Fund and how it's supporting front-line nonprofits serve vulnerable populations.
Tax free giving
The Giving Marketplace is a free, online searchable database of in-depth information, offering insight that will make your giving decisions purposeful and focused, yet meaningful. Each nonprofit profile contains in-depth information so you can feel good about doing good.Search the database
Good for you. Good for the community.
We make it easy to find worthwhile volunteer opportunities through our online volunteer matching platform, Lowcountry Volunteer Connections. Search the list for interesting openings, or complete a profile with your interests and get matched to available options. It's a one stop shop for finding the perfect volunteering match!Visit Lowcountry Volunteer Connections
By joining together, members of our giving circles increase their impact, collectively tackle pressing issues and accomplish great things. Altogether, Women in Philanthropy (Beaufort County) and PEARLS (Hampton County) have awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to nonprofit organization in their respective counties. That's the power of collective giving.Giving Circles
Project SAFE (Sewer Access for Everyone)
For years, hundreds of households on Hilton Head Island did not have access to public sewer. Through a successful public/private partnership with Hilton Head PSD and the Town of Hilton Head Island, we've already connected almost 200 families. With the support of more than 525 donors we reached our $3 million fundraising campaign. And though we reached our goal, the fund is still accepting donations because it will continue to pay connection feels for low-income families as their septic systems fail and they must connect to public sewer.About Project Safe