FREE VIRTUAL TUTORING SUPPORT FOR SC STUDENTS
The South Carolina Department of Education, the South Carolina State Library, and Tutor.com have partnered to provide families additional, high-quality academic assistance at no cost. Tutor.com is available for families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students will have access to highly qualified tutors in over 200 subject areas.
Participants will access Tutor.com through Discus – South Carolina’s Virtual Library at www.scdiscus.org and may engage in the number of sessions needed to meet their academic goal for improvement.******Lowcountry Food Bank- Food Pantries locator and Fresh for All/Fresh Xpress locator https://www.lowcountryfoodbank.org/findhelp/USDA Summer meal locations - https://ed.sc.gov/districts-schools/nutrition/special-programs/usda-summer-meal-programs/Lowcountry Blessing Box - https://chsblessingbox.wixsite.com/homeSC Thrive – SNAP and Medicaid applications over the phone, rent assistance – https://scthrive.org/SNAP/TANF – Am I Eligible? Online applications – https://dss.sc.gov/assistance-programs/snap/SC Housing Authority – Rent & mortgage assistance- https://www.schousing.com/Charleston Housing Authority- Wait list opening in June- application https://www.chacity.org/Goodwill online employment resources- https://palmettogoodwill.org/employment-resources-assistance/Goodwill Career Opportunity Centers- https://palmettogoodwill.org/coc/Camp Hands of Hope - A weekend long bereavement camp for youth ages 5-18 and their caregivers - www.camphandsofhope.org.LONON - The LONON Foundation is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit that provides support to children ages 5-17, who are dealing with the stress and trauma of having a parent or caregiver with cancer. https://www.thelononfoundation.org/