There are five great local Community Partners to work with!
We reclaim hope for orphans through:
Adoptive Family Assistance: Guide and assist NC and SC Christian couples through the adoption process by providing education, resources, financial assistance and prayer support.
Orphan Care: Meet the physical and spiritual needs of children throughout the world with the hope of those children accepting Christ as their Savior.
Education: Educate the community about adoption.
A community-based collaboration between local churches, law enforcement, business, and community agencies that includes a domestic shelter for women and their children caught in domestic violence.
Our staff works toward the prevention and cessation of domestic violence through intervention, education, and outreach.
Our goal is to empower victims by reestablishing their own personal power and control, providing ongoing support, and building upon current strengths.
We put together local volunteers with local housing needs, focusing on the homes of low-income, elderly, and disabled residents.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of local residents and we do that by partnering with volunteer groups to provide the labor to accomplish the necessary repairs.
Our typical tasks focus on building wheelchair ramps, repairing flooring and roofing problems, and fixing other safety concerns.
Helping Hands of Clemson, Inc. is an emergency shelter and foster home for abused and neglected children from across the upstate of South Carolina. We accept boys and girls, of all ethnic backgrounds, from birth through age twelve. Our children come to us through DSS placements and we have become one of the state’s largest emergency shelters.
All the children placed with us have been removed from their homes due to one or more factors involving neglect, sexual abuse, physical abuse, and/or emotional abuse. The children stay with us until DSS can reunite them with their families. If family reunification isn’t possible DSS will attempt to place the children with other relatives and foster families.
We are dedicated to providing our children with a safe and loving environment that meets all their immediate needs for survival.
Clemson Community Care (CCC) was established by ministers of various denominational churches in Clemson, Central, and Pendleton as a non-profit charitable corporation to serve the local community.
Clemson Community Care works in cooperation with local religious, civic, educational, and private agencies to support low-income families and individuals by helping them overcome periods of financial crisis and become self-sufficient, contributing members of the community.