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Community Resources

Community Business Resource Directory

The Town is supporting businesses and informing citizens as we move through and recover from this unprecedented health crisis. It is our desire to help restaurants and retailers continue to do business while providing resourceful information for our citizens.

If your business or organization is open (take-out, delivery, online sales, restricted shopping hours for seniors, special discounts) or offering a service to help the community good, please complete and submit our survey. We will review your information and list it on the Town's website as a community resource.

Community Business Resource Directory

Resources for Non-Profit Organizations

Community Foundation of the Lowcountry

The Community Foundation of the Lowcountry is a philanthropic organization that establishes funds make grants, and award scholarships - all while offering donors individualized services and benefits. Local non-profit entities that qualify may apply for grants to support program services and needs. For more information, visit https://cf-lowcountry.org or call 843-681-9100.

Six Local Nonprofits Receive Covid-19 Relief Funds
More Than $279,000 Awarded Through HUD Funding in Two Rounds of Grantmaking
View the media release pdf icon

Beaufort County School District Virtual Learning Meals

Healthy meals will be provided every school day during virtual learning.

Under the National School Lunch Program, breakfasts and lunches will be delivered to BCSD students via bus routes from 9 am to 12 pm on Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays during virtual learning.

  • Paid Status Elementary Breakfast: $1.00; Lunch $1.75
  • Paid Status Secondary Breakfast: $1.00; Lunch $2.25
  • Reduced-Status Breakfast: $.30; Lunch $.40

    • Students will only be charged for meals obtained.
    • Meals will be provided at not cost to students who are approved for free-meal status.
    • Reduced- and paid-status student accounts will be charged accordingly and will need to have funds applied to their PayPams account to receive meals.

Sign Up at https://form.jotform.com/202247331778154

  • Students must be enrolled in Beaufort County Schools.
  • A meal card will be mailed to your home upon sign-up. This card will be required to obtain meals.

Education Resources for Parents

  • The Deep Well Project (deepwellproject.org)
    School uniforms and grade-appropriate school supplies for children who are attending schools on Hilton Head Island.

    To register for supplies, call 843-785-2849.

  • The Sandbox Museum School
    Small multi-age learning pods for children in grades K - 4th. View the Museum School Flyer pdf icon

Deep Well Project

Call 843-785-2849 or complete the form on the website at www.deepwellproject.org.

80 Capital Drive
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926

  • Food pantry: Although in-person shopping in the pantry is temporarily suspended, those in need can register for food assistance and have food from the pantry brought to their car. People can get food assistance only once per three weeks. No special food orders are being accepted. Delivery will be available only in an extreme situation.

  • Emergency Financial Aid: Call to speak with a staff member about your situation 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.

  • Livable Housing Home Repairs: New applications seeking help with exterior repairs only are being accepted. Call for details.

  • Furniture/appliance room: Starting in January, this room will be open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1-3 pm for those with vouchers.

  • VITA Free Income Tax Assistance: Service will resume in late January.

United Way of the Lowcountry

Call 843-524-HELP (4357)

https://uwlowcountry.org/

United Way of the Lowcountry's HELPLINE: Residents in Beaufort and Jasper counties can speak with a trained specialist who can provide information and referrals to local resources and services.

Sandalwood Food Pantry

114 Beach City Road
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
843-645-0935

Tuesday only from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.
Staff will pack all bags and take out to client.

Internet

  • Hargray: The company is offering 60 days of free internet services to households in its service area with K-12 or college students who do not already have Hargray. It also offers discounts to all customers.

  • Comcast: For the next couple of months, Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots across the country are available for free, and all current customers will have access to unlimited data. All new customers will have the Internet Essentials services free for 60 days, typically only available to low-income households for $9.95 a month.


Community Food Resources for Residents

Printable Map of Community Food Resources for Residents pdf icon

Interactive Map of Community Food Resources for Residents

Community Resources Printable Document pdf icon