Your gift to United Way helps improve conditions that affect us all. Your gift, combined with others who give, is the best way to have the greatest impact across your community. Each year, the Community Investment Team spends hours reviewing funding applications. They make hard decisions to invest your money to do the most good, to improve lives and bridge the gap for those who need it most. United Way of Hartsville invests in the areas of education, income and health by grants given to seventeen (17) community partners. These grants invested in specific services that work to advance the common good and improve lives of our friends, families and neighbors.
A humanitarian organization which provides relief to victims of disasters including food, shelter, clothing and other essential items needed to keep families and individuals healthy and able to work. ARC serves approx 50 families and over 150 people in Hartsville who have lost their homes due to fires or floods. 843.662.8121
Boys are provided leadership in an educational and recreational program that develops character, physical fitness and citizenship. United Way contributions help maintain camps and pay for support from the district council and national levels, including a full-time professional scouter. 843.662.6306
Their mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Open after school and all day on non-school days, program areas include Character & Leadership Development, Education & Career Development, Health & Life Skills, The Arts, Sports, Fitness and Recreation. contact: 843.662.1142
A 501(c)(3) non profit type 1 supporting foundation dedicated to increasing access to care and the overall wellbeing of the communities served. We serve the counties of Darlington, Dillon, Chesterfield, Lee and Marlboro. As a supporting foundation dedicated to the patients of CareSouth Carolina (a community health center open to everyone) we strive to find ways to assist in the early detection and treatment of disease. Patients identified as both financially in need and medically/clinically in distress are referred to our program and a 4-step verification process is implemented. The funds we supply through our "Friends and Neighbors" patient assistance program go directly to help individuals in our communities that may be uninsured or under-insured, and are made possible by local donations. The United Way of Hartsville has invested in the better health of the community here in Hartsville by supporting this program. contact: 843.857.0111
The only meal program in the county, provides one (1) nutritious meal per day, five (5) days a week to the elderly of Hartsville. Provides transportation needed and home service. contact: 843.393.8521 or 843.332.0011
This non-profit educational institution for exceptional learners provides a developmentally sequenced program for pre-school children (birth-4 years) and vocationally oriented training for adults (21 years and older). It also provides case management, residential, respite, supported employment and early intervention services. contact: 843.332.7252 or 843.332.4642
Darlington County First Steps to School Readiness exists to help children birth through 5 years old prepare for school. Our school readiness strategies include: family strengthening through our Parents as Teachers program and our Motheread/Fatheread family literacy program; early education by expanding opportunities for 4-year-old kindergarten in public and private settings; and school transition by providing a summertime readiness program, Countdown to Kindergarten. contact: 843.332.9386
The Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County is an interdenominational Christian ministry which provides free medical care, medications, and pastoral support to Darlington County residents who are ineligible for Medicaid, who are without the financial resources to afford such care, and/or who have no medical insurance. contact: 843.332.0422
This program is open to all girls, ages 5 to 17, who accept the girl scout promise and laws. The teachings of home, church and school are reinforced by this versatile program inspiring girls to be resourceful citizens of the community. contact: 843.669.5174
This is an organization of local volunteers trained and equipped to assist in a variety of emergency situations. The group also promotes safety. United Way support is used for special gear, operating supplies, maintenance and repairs. contact: 843.383.9326
This program is serving at-risk and needy elementary children during this year. It emphasizes improving self-esteem, social awareness and education through proper guidance and planned activities. contact: 843.383.4547
Dedicated to the welfare of mentally ill persons, their families and the communities in which they live, the association promotes good mental health and works to prevent mental illness by teaching and disseminating information about positive mental health practices. contact: 843.661.5407
Dedicated to the reduction of rape, domestic violence and child abuse and to the needs of its victims. Provides direct, indirect and advocacy services for victims and their families. Services include 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling and support groups plus medical, legal and criminal justice accompaniment and safe space, resource procurement and information and referral. contact: 843.669.4694
Provides services to all ages with speech, hearing and/or language disabilities. contact: 843.662.7802
A religious and social service organization providing food, fuel, clothing, medicines and Christmas toys for the needy; making hospital and jail visits; providing area services for transients and unwed mothers; locating missing persons and assisting with relief in disasters. contact: 843.662.4461 or 843.332.9275 Tuesdays and Thursdays only.