These nonprofits in Horry, Georgetown counties could use your support during COVID-19 outbreak

The nonprofits in our region are stepping up for our communities most affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, ensuring people in poverty, the elderly, people facing homelessness, and those with limited access to healthcare have the essential resources they need. 

Financial support for these organizations is critical so they can continue this essential work. Our team is actively working to keep track of all the organizations responding to the COVID-19 crisis in our region, and we’ve compiled a list of the nonprofits most likely to need increased support as they respond to evolving needs throughout Horry and Georgetown counties. Donating to any of these organizations is the perfect way to help strengthen your community, even while practicing social distancing. 

A note to nonprofits 

If your nonprofit isn’t on this list, we encourage you to provide details of how you’re responding by filling out the brief COVID-19 Impact Survey here. Regional funders and chambers of commerce are collaborating on this effort to gauge the impact and challenges felt by nonprofit organizations like yours. Our goal is to deepen our understanding of how communities are being affected, while also helping organizations share resources when appropriate.

This list will be continually updated as we receive further information from our nonprofit partners.

Georgetown County 

Caring & Sharing – food access 

Smith Medical Clinic – healthcare 

Catholic Charities – food access, disaster relief, basic needs (statewide) 

Horry County 

Faith Outreach Ministries – food access 

New Directions – shelter, food access 

Shepard’s Table – food access 

SC Thrive – food access, shelter