Charities

AvidCast Supports Local Charities!

AvidCast is proud to take part in local charity events and we frequently host and/or sponsor exciting fundraisers! In addition we also create custom websites for charities and non-profit organizations at a fraction of the cost! Please take some time to visit some of the wonderful organizations that we’ve helped to make a difference!

AvidCast Creates Custom Websites for Non-Profit Organizations!
 
Stan the Man Military Foundation - A Non-Profit Organization, Benefiting Members of the Military and Their FamiliesThis foundation was created in the memory of a great man, a decorated soldier, and a good friend to all he touched.
CHAP Haiti - Chrisitan Haitian American Partnership (CHAP) is a nonprofit corporation representing American churches and organizations who work in partnership with communities and Episcopal churches in the Croix-des-Bouquets area of Haiti. Our mission is to work with the Haitian people to help improve their quality of life.
Grand Strand Optimists Club - Meeting the needs of young people in communities worldwide, Optimists have been "Bringing Out the Best in Kids" for 83 years. Through positive service projects aimed at providing a helping hand to youth, Optimist volunteers are known for their upbeat attitudes. By believing in young people and empowering them to be the best they can, Optimists continually make this world a better place to live.
WARM - WARM is organized by a Board of Directors & volunteers who all donate their time toward helping the organization. Julie Finlayson is a well known local naturalist with 35 years experience in wildlife rehabilitation. Her education includes certificate in wildlife rehabilitation, Master in Science & Education, and a degree in Biology. She shares her knowledge with others through teaching and seminars.
Chicora Rotary - For 95 years, this motto has served as the underlying motif of our efforts to carry out humanitarian service, promote high ethical standards, and work for international understanding and peace.