Service In Action

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,
 “What are you doing for others.”
Martin Luther King Jr.

The Committee will present new projects each semester and asks members to participate individually or as a group as we all become more secure in our health and safety.

The Service In Action Committee decided to have Communities In Schools as their number one focus this year. This program will give our membership an opportunity to be a tutor, mentor or lunch buddy to students in 16 disadvantaged schools throughout Charleston County. We encourage all CCR members to sign up for a training which can be done online. Once you have completed the training and background check, you can select a school from a list, and begin your tutoring and mentoring in the fall. The time requirement is that you commit to be at your assigned school once a week for 45 minutes-one hour.  If you want to sign up for a training, please contact Aimee Lassor at so she can contact you and send the link for the Zoom training.

We are delighted that Aimee will be one of our CCR speakers on September 19, at 2 pm.

In addition, there are the following volunteer opportunities in association with Keep North Charleston Beautiful.

Wednesday, September 21
9am – 12pm
We will have a workday at the new Park Circle Ceramics location (1103 Marquis Road). We will be installing pollinator-friendly plants and helping to prepare the building for the grand opening.

Thursday, October 6
2:30pm – 7:30pm
Join us at our last farmers market for the season to help us share educational material about KNCB, along with helping with a children’s activity!

Saturday, October 22
3pm – 8pm
We will be set up at the North Charleston Harvest Festival along East Montague Avenue in North Charleston. If you would like to join us at our table to share information about KNCB, please let us know!

If you are interested in volunteering with CCR, please fill in the SIA Volunteer Application Form, which will be used to match you with organizations of interest.

Thank you for helping to make a difference in our community.
Faye Seigel, Chair