We strive to provide a helping hand to residents of Georgetown County who are dealing with temporary hardships or longterm struggles with basic needs. Our goal is to assistance our clients with resources and tools needed to build permanent solutions for a stable and self sufficiant futures.
Daughters of Charity came to St. Cyprian in 1993. A hope was to meet material need as well as spiritual need. A Clothes Closet opened. Donated clothes, food and financial aid were offered each week. In July 2001, a building was rehabbed by volunteers to provide a more spacious Outreach Center. Services reached out to all in Georgetown. The Center now works with others to meet these needs. We also facilitate the, "Getting Ahead in a just Getting by World" program. This programs is for residents wishing to make changes in their lives and/or their community.
WHAT WE DO
The Outreach Center provides assistance with utility and rent payments, offers an Emergency Food pantry, has an onsite
shop for clothing, personal and houshold items items, conducts The Getting Ahead Workshop and adminsters the Senior Food Box Program for the Low Country Food Bank.
Crystal Geathers; Site Administrator
Lorna Campagna; Client Advocate
Karen Macedo: Accounting
Christian Hughie; Facility Maintenance
Deacon Gabriel Cuervo; Director of Operations