Below are events, activities, educational programs and volunteer opportunities throughout our community. If you have questions, wish to participate or register for any of these events, please contact each individual organization.
A community agency committed to helping people live in their homes as long as possible by transporting homebound members to doctor appointments, grocery store, etc.
Volunteers are needed who will commit to a minimum of two transports per month. Geographical area and days of commitment are chosen by the volunteer.
Please call Kathy Jenkins at 843.839.0702 for more information and to volunteer. | WEBSITE
Your help is always needed and appreciated as we furnish meals to those in need. THANK YOU!
ITEMS NEEDED: cereal, peanut butter, jelly, rice (one pound bags), mac and cheese, soup, pork and beans, deodorant, oatmeal, canned fruits, canned vegetables except green beans. Food may be taken to the Helping Hand back door or First Presbyterian Church.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Have a few hours to give? Helping Hand needs your help. Serve on weekly or bi-weekly basis or fill in as a sub. Training will be provided.
Contact: 843.448.8451 | WEBSITE
Take part in community activities! Enjoy weekend and family activities! We mold girls with courage, confidence and character. Come join the fun!
All girls Kindergarten – 12th grade
Tuesdays (Sept – May) at 5:00 PM
First Presbyterian Church
1300 N Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach
Contact LEADER: Michelle Cox at 843.455.4966
Volunteers needed to serve as board members and as drivers for Friday mornings. If you wish to assist with either of these positions or for additional information, please contact Walt Whittier at 843.449.5044.
Pedaling a bicycle may change the life of someone with Parkinson’s disease. There is compelling evidence to show that pedaling does make a real difference for many who try it. We do know that fast-paced cycling is changing the lives of increasing numbers of participants who, before this, had no hope beyond medication and eventually surgery to slow the progression of their disease.
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