Hilton Head Real Estate Partners, Jo Anne & Tony Rizza, are dedicated to our community beyond helping Buyers and Sellers with the purchase or sale of Hilton Head real estate. Hilton Head Real Estate Partners are committed and involved in philanthropic work throughout their community. Hilton Head Real Estate Partners has included a list below of some of the charities they support. We hope that you will take the time to learn more about how you too can get involved.
Hilton Head Real Estate Partners
are proud to support these fine charities and organizations
NAMI Lowcountry (formerly NAMI Beaufort County) is your area affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), which is the nation’s first and leading organization to support individuals and families affected by mental illness. NAMI Lowcountry is dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illness and their families through programs of education, support, and advocacy and the promotion of recovery and dignity. Healthier individuals, stronger families, better communities.
Hilton Head Humane Association Over the past year, 3,000 abandoned, injured, abused animals and feral cats have been cared for by the Hilton Head Humane Association. We spay/neuter and release feral cats and provide food, shelter, medical, and loving care for the domesticated cats and dogs until adoptive homes are found.
Our organization, dedicated to providing a safe haven for the abandoned cats and dogs of the Low Country, is funded entirely by membership dues, private donations, and generous bequests.
Enrich your life with a beautiful and healthy new family member. They are waiting for you.
Osprey Village A neighborhood with a purpose.
OSPREY Village is an Inclusive, Intergenerational Residential Community to Support Developmentally Disabled Adults. It will provide lifelong growth of Independent Living Skills through professional support and volunteer interaction.
OSPREY Village is a planned residential community that empowers adults with developmental disabilities to live to their fullest potential with dignity and purpose.
A place to receive acceptance and guidance, to reveal undiscovered skills and gifts. A discovery of purpose and abilities bring joy and hope into each life.
CODA CODA provides professional supportive services to victims of intimate partner abuse and their children in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties in South Carolina. Committed to the belief that safety from violence and freedom from fear are universal rights, CODA conducts community education programs to confront the societal norms that condone abusive behavior.
Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization seeking to eliminate substandard housing and homelessness, and to break the cycle of poverty fostered by inadequate housing. Habitat was founded in 1976 to make decent affordable housing a matter of conscience and action. Habitat invites people of all backgrounds, races and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need.
Camp Leo Camp Leo provides a unique experience for the sight impaired children of South Carolina. All campers are legally blind although most have some sight. Most of the camper’s families are of modest means and would be unable to afford camp for their children even if a “for pay” camp was available. Camp Leo provides impaired children the opportunity to enjoy camp activities with new and different experiences in the company of other impaired children under the supervision of caring adults. Camp Leo Council hires a full time staff, including two Directors and 20 to 25 Counselors, depending upon the number of campers. The camp is also fortunate to have many Lions Club members and other volunteers from the community to help with specific camp activities.