Category Archives: Volunteer

2019 U.S. Women’s Open Championship Needs Volunteers

The 2019 U.S. Women’s Open Championship will be conducted at the Country Club of Charleston May 27 – June 2, 2019. The Seabrook Island Club has been invited to participate in the USGA Marshal Club Program to adopt a hole … Continue reading

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“Water Wise” Volunteers Needed

If you want to help prevent kids from drowning, what better way than to teach them to swim as part of our program “WaterWise”.  This is the 6th year Seabrook and Kiawah volunteers will be teaching kindergarteners and 1st graders … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Dolphin Education & Data Collection Program

How would you like to spend more time on the beach observing the strand feeding dolphins once or twice a week during the two hours before and after low tides? You can help identify each pod of dolphins with photos … Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build April 14-21

For decades, Women Build volunteers from all walks of life have come together to build stronger, safer communities. During the Women Build week, women make a difference by helping build a decent and affordable home for a family that needs … Continue reading

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Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Anniversary

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2018! Throughout the organization’s history, it has been dedicated to building safe and secure homes for deserving families across Johns, James and Wadmalaw Islands. Currently, Sea Island Habitat is … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are the Very Best!

February 3, 2018: On this chilly but pleasant February morning, twenty-four (!) volunteers showed up to help clean up Betsy Kerrison Parkway. Over fifty bags of trash and more than the usual number of car parts were collected. Thanks go … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Highway Reminder – February 3

This is just a reminder to come and help us clean up our section of Betsy Kerrison Highway this Saturday, February 3. We will be gathering at the Lake House in the Bobcat Room – this is a room change … Continue reading

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Adopt-A-Highway, Feb 3

If you have recently traveled along Betsy Kerrison Parkway you know that it is a bit of an eyesore. On Saturday, February 3, intrepid and civic-minded Seabrookers will gather at the Lake House to venture forth to clean it up. … Continue reading

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Respite Care Charleston Seeks Kitchen Volunteers

Respite Care Charleston is a non-profit organization that runs social day programs for people with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. Our mission is to provide an engaging and safe environment for people coping with dementia while also giving their … Continue reading

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Thanks for Giving

There is a saying: “Promise a lot and deliver even more!” and Seabrookers did just that! The response to the Holiday Canned Food Drive was overwhelming.  In the end, Seabrookers donated close to 6,000 pounds of canned food, which is … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol Receives Award…. Again

At the 2017 Year End Turtle Patrol Party sponsored by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol received the award for the highest number of reported volunteer hours worked on sea turtle conservation for the … Continue reading

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The AARP Tax-Aide Program

AARP TaxAide is looking for Volunteer Tax Counselors for the 2018 tax season.  This is a free program that makes it easier for older, low and middle-income taxpayers to file their tax returns. Local volunteers from Seabrook Island, Kiawah and the Charleston … Continue reading

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