Make a Difference

Support your neighbors on Johns and Wadmalaw islands.

 
 

Opportunities to Contribute Financially


SUpport Kiawah cares’ efforts

Your donation to Kiawah Cares will address social issues on Johns and Wadmalaw islands like education, health and wellness, hunger and housing. Each year, thousands of our neighbors benefit from our network of nonprofit partner programs. We support programs that address critical needs or provide opportunities that lead to a better future. Please consider selecting to make your donation a monthly recurring donation.

Support educational programs

Your donation will fuel programs that specifically support our local schools, teachers and students.

fUnd the MT. ZION STEM PROGRAM

Kiawah Cares is currently fundraising on behalf of the Mt. Zion Elementary School, and acting as a fiscal agent, to fund the $160,000 STEM program. Learn more.

 

Opportunities to Give Through Action

Volunteer

Learn about local volunteer opportunities.

shop Amazon Smile

Shop at Smile.Amazon.com, select the Kiawah Cares Foundation as your beneficiary, and AmazonSmile will donate a portion of sales to the Kiawah Cares. The Amazon Smile shop is the same as Amazon.com, so you can still shop an endless assortment of items.

Donate Toiletries

Donate your unused travel-size toiletries to be used for Made with Love’s ongoing “comfort packs” program. Learn more.

 

 
 
 

The Kiawah Cares Impact

“On behalf of the students, parents, faculty, and staff of Frierson Elementary, I cannot thank Kiawah Cares enough for your partnership this school year. Your love for our children and their families is truly evident with every donation, program, and service they provide. It is my job to fill the holes in these students’ lives, wherever they may be, and I cannot remember how the job was done before Kiawah Cares took us under your wing. One example of your incredible impact shines through the ‘Adopt-An-Elf’ program, which funds new uniforms and school supplies for our neediest children. The first distribution was more emotional than I could have ever imagined. Parents cried. First-graders were elated for new socks. Kids walked confidently down the hallway. They will all be warm this winter. For this, and for so many other wonderful things, I am overwhelmingly grateful.”

Corinne Crawford
Student Support Specialist, Communities In Schools of the Charleston Area