Bulletins and Upcoming Events
Georgetown Wooden Boat Show
Saturday, October 18, 2014 Time: 11am-6pm
The Boat show will actually continue on Sunday this year...its the 25th Anniversary of the Wooden Boat Show- check out the link for more details!!! Plan to join us @ Sweeties with SC CARES table out front!!!
THE ANNUAL FALL ROLLOUT
Saturday, October 25, 2014 Time: 8am-4pm
The Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge #409 will be sponsoring this years event at the beautiful Carroll Ashmore Campbell Marina Complex along the Sampit River in Georgetown, SC. located at 101 River Walk Drive off US Route 17 in Georgetown,SC.This event will benefit the local charities that we support and administer in the Georgetown County area. These include Meals On Wheels, Coats for Kids, The Weekly Reader Program for Georgetown County Schools, Make A Wish Foundation for Georgetown & Horry Counties and the American Marine Institute
Taste of Georgetown
Saturday, November 01, 2014 Time: 12:30-3:30pm
Stop by Sweeties & SC CARES table- help the victims of Domestic Violence in Georgetown!! Youll be glad you did!!
SC CARES Day @ The Beaver Bar
Saturday, November 29, 2014 Time: 1pm- 6pm
Leslye, owner of the Beaver Bar in Murrells Inlet is AWESOME!! She has offered to host a fund raiser again for the animals of SC CARES!! We just love her!! Stop by & visit us on Sat. 11-29th..we will post more details on our event as the date gets closer...stay tuned!!
SC-C.A.R.E.S. is a Wildlife Rescue & Rehab Center, Educational Animal Sanctuary, Environmental Center and a 501(c)3 non-profit public supported charity located in the Georgetown area of South Carolina. Click here to verify our Non-Profit status.
We provide a compassionate “no-kill/no-breed” haven for abused, neglected and unwanted exotic animals. A safe caring place in which they can live out their days in a healthy, natural environment with a good quality of life.
We rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured wildlife. Wildlife that cannot be released may become goodwill ambassadors for their species by participating in educational programs.
We will develop and implement educational outreach programs for schools, universities, and other civic groups. Programs will teach the interdependency between animals, humans and the environment, accenting the impact of human activities on all the other creatures we share our planet with.
We plan to build a world-class nature and environmental education center.
We provide compassionate people the opportunity of volunteer
Volunteers help the animals by providing
interaction and companionship in the
course of supplying necessary services
to the sanctuary.