Support the Rotary Club of Cainhoy-Peninsula
We Serve the Community, We Live in & Love
Who Are We? We are Your Neighbors & Small Business Community Coming Together to Help the Lowcountry
We are the new Satellite Rotary Club of Daniel Island which has been serving our community for over 20 years. Our parent club has raised over $1.9m for over 40 non-profit organizations in the Lowcountry. There are members who have been very active in supporting the Cainhoy-Peninsula community, and they have answered the call to create a satellite chapter that could 100% support the area.
We may be a new Rotary Club but we have seasoned members that have been active in other Clubs and in the community through other volunteer organizations. Our Club wholeheartedly believes in “service above self” and is excited to make a greater impact in the Cainhoy-Peninsula community and Charleston area.
When we’re not in duck mode, we are active at the Lowcountry Food Bank, helping with a book drive for the Cainhoy Elementary School, working on home repair projects for disabled and poverty-stricken individuals, supporting US Military Veterans, and more. We are engaged in the Lowcountry and strive to make a positive impact.
Why to Support Our Club: We Give Back to the Community
Our participation in the Duck Race allows us to raise funds to give back to the organizations with ties to our area. In the past few years, the Daniel Island Rotary Club has helped over 40 organizations by organizing the Charleston Duck Race and returning net proceeds to local non-profits including Trident Literacy, Cannon Street YMCA, Parklands Foundation, Water Mission, Salvation Army, My Sister’s House, Military Magnet School, Lowcountry Autism Foundation, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy, Respite Care, Patriots Point Naval, and Maritime Museum Foundation, and many more!
It’s a Win/Win!
100% of Net Proceeds to Benefit the Local Community
Improving the Cainhoy-Peninsula Community by helping 3-5 local non-profit organizations
Examples of Service Areas in the Lowcountry:
- Providing resources to Title 1 schools (ie. Books or supplies for library)
- Delivering meals to poverty stricken families and providing resources to food kitchens
- Building wheelchair ramps for disabled and impoverished individuals
- Providing support and resources to active military and veterans
Net Proceeds to Benefit
- Lowcountry Alzheimers
- Lowcountry Veterans
- Project Hope
- $500 for Cainhoy Elementary School (book drive/library improvements)