Local Charities

Our lodge motto is “Helping Our Community in Need”

 
As a nonprofit, charity is an integral part of our lodge.  Most of our charities identified below are local, thus helping to make our community a better place to live.  The help we provide on an annual base helps our community provide goods and services to people who need the help. 
We are proud to help.
 
  • Alzheimer’s Association of South Carolina

    Mission:  To eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research to provide and enhance care and support for all affected and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.

    Webpage:  www.alz.org/sc

  • Canine Angels, North Myrtle Beach

    Mission:  Canine Angels Service Dogs trains rescued dogs for disabled veterans & first responders in the Carolinas. We rescue the dogs. The dogs rescue the veterans.

    Webpage: www.facebook.com/CAServiceDogs

  • Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach

     

    Mission:  The Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach for the past 25 years has existed to feed the hungry. We serve the working poor, our senior citizens, Veterans, children, the transients, and the homeless.

    Webpage:  www.communitykitchenmb.org

     

  • Fostering Hope

    Mission:  Fostering Hope Inc. is a nonprofit organization located in Conway, SC that provides goods and services to children residing in the foster care system in Horry, Georgetown, Marion, and Dillon counties in north eastern South Carolina. There are on average over 500 children within these counties that are in foster care due to abuse and/or neglect.

    Webpage:  www.fosteringhopeinc.com

  • South Strand Helping Hand. Surfside Beach, SC

    Mission:   South Strand Helping Hand is a 501(c)3 partner with the United Way of HorryCounty. The Agency was founded in 1986 by area churches. Its goal was to reduce duplication of efforts when serving those in need in our community.

    Our vision today is to provide emergency aid to individuals and families in need in the South Strand service area. We primarily provide emergency food, clothing, and financial resources for basic needs.

    Webpage:  www.southstrandhelpinghand.org

    Facebook:  www.facebook.com/South-Strand-Helping-Hand-741091135970831/

     

  • Veterans Welcone Home and Resource Center

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Veterans Welcome Home and Resource Center is to assist our local military veterans with job placement, filing claims with the Veterans Administration, help those veterans who find themselves in deep financial difficulties, and to shelter those honorably discharged veterans who are homeless.

    In order to accomplish these goals we will seek out all available resources within the community, and bring a better awareness to the sacrifices our military veterans have endured to provide safety and security for the United States of America.

    Website:  http://veteranswelcomehomeandresourcecenter.org

  • Tara Hall for Boys

     

    Our Mission

    Tara Hall, which accepts neglected, troubled and abused boys, is an effective, Christ-centered, long-term residential school that develops moral, social, educational and life skills, thus building responsible contributing adults, while providing services to their families.

     

    Website:  http://www.tarahall.org/

  • Ground Zerro

     

    Ground Zero is a place where every teenager can go, belong and grow.  Through life-changing experiences and nurturing relationships, we make a positive impact in the lives of today’s teenagers, cultivating their faith and transforming their futures.

     

    Webpage:  https://www.mygroundzero.com/

  • Help 4 Kids

    Helping the most vulnerable children of Horry County stay happy, healthy, and fed. Help 4 Kids / Backpack Buddies is a 100% volunteer organization that relies solely on donations. While school is in session, we collect donations of food and snacks, that are then put into food sacks that are sent home with underprivileged Horry County children in their backpacks on Fridays. We call them Barb’s Kids – after our founder Barb Mains.

    Website:  https://help4kidssc.org

  • Neighbor to Neighbor

    Since we began, N2N has provided 42,464 free rides for 1,117 seniors. Our families thank you for your donations of services, in kind donations, cash and your TIME. Your generous donations help us to provide services to our seniors, provide opportunities to show appreciation to our volunteers and maintain a professional office.

    Website:  https://riden2n.org/