Who we help

Over the past several years, the Rotary Club of Charleston Foundation has made grants to the following organizations and club programs (in alphabetical order):

  • American Lung Association
  • American Red Cross, Carolina
  • Association for the Blind
  • Barrier Island Environmental
  • Begin With Books
  • Boys & Girls Club of Trident Area
  • Coastal Carolina Boy Scouts
  • Canines for Service
  • Cannon Street YMCA
  • Carolina Youth Development Center
  • Center for Women
  • Charleston Animal Society
  • Charleston Promise Neighborhood
  • Charleston Trident Urban League
  • Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy
  • College of Charleston Literacy Outreach
  • Communities In Schools
  • Crisis Ministries
  • Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center
  • East Cooper Meals on Wheels
  • Family Connection of SC
  • Florence Crittenton Programs
  • Fraser Elementary Desk Project
  • Gibbes Museum
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Halos
  • Hands-On Charleston
  • Historic Charleston Foundation
  • Junior Achievement
  • Life Management Center
  • Lowcountry Maritime Society
  • Lowcountry Orphan Relief
  • Metanoia
  • Operation Warm
  • Palmetto Medical Initiative
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Rotary Education Committee
  • Rural Mission
  • Salvation Army
  • SC Maritime Foundation (Fraser Elem)
  • SC Strong
  • Sea Island Habitat for Humanity
  • Spokes Group
  • Surface Navy
  • Teacher’s Closet
  • Tri-county Family Ministries
  • Trident Tech College Kids Camp
  • Veterans On Deck
  • Water Missions International
  • Wheelchair Foundation
  • Wings For Kids
  • Y-Achievers
  • Yes Carolina
  • Yo Art Project

Club Programs

  • Adopt-A-Highway
  • Day of Caring
  • Dictionary Delivery
  • Honoring Outstanding Teachers & Students
  • Hootie Home Grown Round-Up
  • Literacy Day Book Drive
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Senior Holiday Giving
  • Swimming Lessons
  • Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Rotary Readers
  • Rotary Windows
  • Rotary Youth Exchange
  • Shark Tank, James Simons Elementary School
  • Tennis Lessons, James Simons Elementary School
  • Walk For Water