Overview of Volunteer Opportunities
Overview of Volunteer Opportunities During the Year
Please Call or text (843) 697-4040 to schedule the times you are available.
(After Schools Are Closed During the Week)
BOWs Open - 3:00 PM- 7:00 PM
"Schools Out" Camp Days
BOWs Open 10 :00 AM - 3:00 PM
September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May
Always schedule and check the days we are open.
- Read with a child at the center
- Do a presentation about your favorite hobby, place of travel, share pictures, and show collector items
- Share some time on an iPad or computer - research a topic or play a game
- Help serve snacks to the children
- Share your talent in music, dance, etc.
- We offer a place where children can use our technology for homework, projects, and entertainment. The children and adults enjoy making new friends from the surrounding neighborhoods.
Monday - Friday - 3:00 PM - 7:45 PM - After School Hours
"Schools Out" Camp are held days schools are closed
BOWs open 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Call or text to schedule your time to share.
Opportunities Available- "Schools Out" Camps During the School Year
(Days Schools are Closed for Teacher Workdays, Holidays, Spring Break)
We are open scheduled days - 10:00 AM - 3 PM
January ( MLK Holiday)
Varied Months (Teacher Work Day)
April - (Spring Break)
May - (BOWs Anniversary Celebration)
SIX (6) WEEKS
Summer Feeding & Camp Program
Partnership with Charleston County School District
Partnership with Charleston County Public Library
Monday - Friday
June 17- July 26, 2019
"Schools Out" Camp
( Limited Participants Registrations are Available)
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Summer Feeding Sessions for the Neighborhood
(Available to Children, ages 18 and under)
Serving 1:00 - 2:00 PM
BOWs Meeting Place
2615 Harvey Avenue - Suite 4
N. Charleston, SC 29405
All children, ages 18 and under in our service area can receive free breakfast and lunch.
About Our Organization
After spending years on school campuses in North Charleston, BOWs volunteers started our 10th year opening a location in the heart of the neighborhood. We are starting our sixth year in the Dorchester Terrace neighborhood, an area that is accessible to several neighborhoods served by Title I Funded Public Schools.
We are excited about serving families during hours schools are closed, holidays, weekends, and summer months. It is our desire to be the neighborhood meeting place promoting education and developing relationships between children and adults. Also, a place where interested parents, neighbors, community partners and children can plan and participate in events and activities to nurture learning and building relationships. BOWs serves as a resource center to help parents learn more about education advocacy, jobs, and career opportunities to improve their lives.
Become a Volunteer
Parents and neighbors can work together to help secure the future of children growing up in our communities. BOWs volunteers are citizens who believe a quality education is key in building a brighter future for our children, community, state and nation.
Our Summer Feeding & "Schools Out" Camp Programs will start run mid June until the first Friday in August. There are opportunities for individuals and organizations to volunteer.
Please contact- text or call for more details:
Joyce Maybin Nesmith, Director