COMMUNITY

IMPACT

Lerato strives to positively impact the lives of many in small but meaningful ways each day. The ways we help make our communities stronger, provide opportunities to those who need support, protect our environment and celebrate diversity are the truest reflection of our values.  Community involvement is our most valuable asset, and we are proud to support the organizations on this page.

LERATO IS PROUD TO SUPPORT THESE AND OTHER WORTHWHILE CAUSES IN OUR COMMUNITY 

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Overcoming Obstacles is a nonprofit education publisher.  Their mission is to ensure that all young people learn the communication, decision making, and goal setting skills they need to be successful in life.

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HALOS provides assistance to abused and neglected children in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties, and to their kinship caregivers. 

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Charleston Stage (in residence at the Dock Street Theatre) is a non-profit organization and a constituent member of the Theatre Communication Group, the national organization for the American Theatre.

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Low Country Autism Foundation provides programs to support a family from the time they suspect their child may have autism, through the diagnosis and throughout their lives. 

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The Children's Fine and Performing Arts Foundation increases the availability of arts and music-based events, programs, production, and digital media for the next generation.

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Winwood Farm provides educational and therapeutic interventions, and works to achieve positive permanency for children and families in our community.

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Founded as an emergency relief effort in 1989 after the devastation from Hurricane Hugo, ECCO has since grown into a permanent resource for the community in need.

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Lowcountry Orphan Relief, Inc. (LOR) is a non-profit organization that provides goods and services to children who have been abused or neglected. 

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With education, research and community engagement, the South Carolina Aquarium fosters positive change for the natural world surrounding us through conservation efforts.

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The primary goal of Meals on Wheels is to end senior isolation and hunger.  

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Florence Crittenton Programs of SC provide education, counseling services, medical care, social support, and a safe haven for at-risk,  pregnant and parenting young women in need.

Lonon helps children affected by a parent or caregiver's cancer diagnosis find comfort, heal and grow from their shared experiences.

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The Shifa Clinic provides free healthcare to uninsured, indigent adults regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or national origin, and puts into practice the Islamic teachings of compassion, mercy and service to humanity

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The Shifa Clinic provides free healthcare to uninsured, indigent adults regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or national origin, and puts into practice the Islamic teachings of compassion, mercy and service to humanity

The Ryan White Wellness Center at Roper-St. Francis Hospital provides medical care, case management, and services for adults living with HIV/AIDS

The vision of Special Olympics South Carolina is to be the leader in lifelong and unified sports programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities, empowering athletes to be valued members of their community and respected members of society.

The Mission of the College of Charleston Foundation is to promote programs of education, research, student development, and faculty development for the exclusive benefit of the College of Charleston.

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The Nick Price Foundation financially and emotionally helps people with brain tumors or cancer.

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Charleston Hope enhances school culture and climate in high-poverty, Title 1 schools by building on the strengths of students, teachers, and leaders.