SC Coastal Animal Rescue and Educational Sanctuary is a no-kill, no-breed sanctuary for unwanted, abused, and neglected exotic animals. Located in Georgetown, SC, SC-CARES operates a wildlife rehabilitation center, develops educational outreach programs and provides a compassionate environment where animals are treated with love and respect, receive proper care and given a good quality of life.


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Golf Tournament @ Wedgefield Golf Course for SC CARES
Saturday, September 27, 2014 • Time: Registration-7:30- Tee off- 8:30 AM
We are pleased to announce Wedgefield Plantation is holding a golf tournament to benefit SC-CARES. We need to thank John Seiple and Larry Miller for nomination and supporting us. The date is September 27, 4-man scramble (captains choice), registration and continental breakfast starting at 7:30am and shotgun start at 8:30am. We hope to get 120+ players at $65 each which will include the golf, breakfast, lunch, a goody bag of snacks to help you play, cash and product prizes, hole-in-one, closest to the pin, longest drive, etc.. After normal play is finished there will be multiple players that will earn or win a chance to shoot at $1,000,000, one of which will if aced be divided among all registered players and SC-CARES.

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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. Recycle