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Summerville SERTOMA Outreach

Summerville Sertoma Hearing Aid Bank

The Summerville Sertoma Club is committed to its mission of ‘SERvice TO MAnkind.’ In an effort to serve the community, specifically in its passion to help diagnose and treat childhood hearing loss, Summerville Sertoma has partnered with Hearing Care of Summerville to establish a hearing aid bank. All funds acquired through the hearing aid bank will contribute directly to the sponsorship of a family in the community with a child suffering from hearing loss. The funds will assist that family with the cost of expenses associated with their child’s treatment. Please consider donating your used, old, or out of date hearing aids in support.

Community Impact

We believe that healthy hearing should be accessible to everyone, regardless of income level or condition. We work with two programs that provide hearing aids to those who cannot afford them.

Medical Outreach Clinic of Summerville

Hearing Care of Summerville is partners with the Medical Outreach Clinic of Summerville in their community health initiative. We offer FREE on-site hearing screenings every second Thursday of the month in an effort to provide quality health services for the at-need population.

St. Paul’s Church, in Ambler Hall
316 West Carolina Avenue
Summerville, SC 29483

Vocational Rehabilitation

Provides hearing aids to help those in need to gain and maintain employment.

2954 South Live Oak Drive
Moncks Corner, SC 29461
843-761-6036 (Voice/TTY)
866-297-6808 (Toll Free)

Palmetto Project

Provides hearing aids for those who cannot afford them.

1031 Chuck Dawley Blvd., Ste. #5
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Lions Club

Provides hearing aids for those who cannot afford them.

234-C Outlet Pointe Blvd.
Columbia, SC 29210
866-325-4667 (Toll Free)

The Summerville Sertoma Club

The Summerville Sertoma Club is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss through education and support, especially children. Hearing Care of Summerville are proud honorary board members and community Hearing Health Partners with the Summerville Sertoma Club. We believe strongly in their mission and we are working with them to “tackle childhood hearing loss together.”

We are Members…

The County Chamber of Commerce is made up of over 800 businesses dedicated to building a strong local economy, promoting Summerville, building business relationships and representing business interests.

The Tri-County Regional Chamber of Commerce continually strives to make our area a better place to live and work by improving the conditions and overall appearance and beauty of the region, expanding community facilities and services, promoting tourism, and developing cultural, educational, and environmental resources.

We Support…


Our goal is to use the internet to educate persons about hearing loss and hearing aids, and then encourage them to seek help from a hearing care professional. We do not sell any hearing-related products or devices, nor do we run any hearing aid clinics or provide personal medical advice. We are the leading website information portal for hearing healthcare and we work to provide high-quality content that is understandable and useful to our visitors.


healthpons™ provides access to quality healthcare and clear pricing so patients can make the best choices for themselves and their families. Our easy-to-use website and healthcare coupons give you more affordable options and convenience-whether you are uninsured, underinsured, have high deductibles or a limited benefit plan. healthpons™ works by connecting patients, doctors, hospitals, clinics, and insurance companies in a transparent, HIPAA-compliant platform. This clarity for patients, doctors and insurance companies means patients can have better flexibility, convenience and control of their healthcare quality and costs.


With over 70 categories of resources, Senior Directory is a comprehensive directory of services for aging adults. We make it easy for you to find valuable resources such as Assisted Living Facilities, Home Health Agencies, Nursing Homes, Retirement Homes, Elder Law, and much more. We are not just an online resource, but also print over 1.5 million directories annually in 14 major cities across the nation.


Started in 1996 as a community outreach of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church . The ARK initially served 13 families with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia. A satellite respite day program started in 1997 in rural St. George serving families in Dorchester, Colleton and Orangeburg counties. In 2004, grants provide funds for a bus to help participants attend.The ARK operates a four-day a week Summerville program with ten participants per day serving the Tri-county, Orangeburg and Colleton County. To date over 450 families have been served with countless others receiving information and referral to other services.


Mission: Helping people achieve their full potential through the dignity and power of work!

Vision: To be the primary community resource for training and employment of people seeking economic independence and improved quality of life.

Values: Centered around the belief that work forms the foundations of our relationships with others. Work effects our self-esteem and allows us to become successful contributing members of our community.

Goodwill’s mission is to help people achieve their full potential through the dignity and power of work! Goodwill serves their mission by providing job training and employment services to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.


Our shelter was established in 1972 to provide a safe haven for stray, abandoned, abused and lost pets. It’s named for Frances R. Willis, who brought the SPCA to Dorchester County and founded the shelter. Kapstone, the lumber company, donated the land for the current SPCA facility. Dr. Brunson Westbury worked with Frances R. Willis to get the road built and land cleared to open the facility. The Frances R. Willis SPCA serves the lost, abandoned and abused animals of Dorchester County including Rosinville, Harleyville, Ridgeville, Oakbrook, St. George, Summerville, and Grover.


The Feline Freedom Coalition is a non-profit organization that provides services and support to individuals and community groups interested in using TNR (trap, neuter, return or re-home) to effectively control the overpopulation of free roaming cats in Charleston County. Our services include education and information of the public, property decision makers and governmental agencies through our TNR Community Hotline, website, TNR training programs and central, statistical database regarding the state of free roaming cats; facilitating the work of caretakers involved in colony management by providing a communication network and support resources; the adoption of socialized feral cats and kittens through Petsmart’s Adoption Outreach Program.

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