Pee Dee Community Action Pertnership


"I love the Head Start program. It gives the children a boost."
- Shaquality Singletary

We Serve

How We Serve

Head Start

Head Start Head Start was designed in 1965 to help break the cycle of poverty by providing children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, physical, nutritional and psychological needs. The PDCAP Head Start currently serves 835 children in the Pee Dee Region.

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523 Mutual Self-Help Housing

523 Mutual Self-Help Housing523 Mutual Self-Help Housing aspires to provide affordable housing to those you can qualify. Find yourself living the Amercian Dream, owning your own home, with our program that provides houses with no down payment and no closing costs.

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Day Care Homes

Head Start This program offers childcare provider's information on turning their love for children into a career. It offers nutrition, health and safety training, as well as training on educational training for young children and infant to toddler development.

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Community Action Redefined

"Reaching Out to Those In Need 'With Strategies That Work!'"

The Pee Dee Community Action Partnership is a nationally-affiliated, non-profit organization that reaches out to the low income residents of Florence, Marion, and Dillon Counties of South Carolina. Through several programs that are governed by the PDCAP, those residents have food and shelter in their time of crisis, the youth have a place to call home away from the crime and illegal activity of the streets, and those in need of hospitalization with zero or insufficient insurance can gain valuable assistance, just to name a few services.

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You Can Help

You Can Help

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Online Contributions

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Calling All Mentors, Tutors and Volunteers

Head Start Today's youth are impressionable. To protect them from the illegal activity of the streets, many of the PDCAP's affiliate programs call for Mentors Tutors and Volunteers to help kids study and learn, to help kids become young adults, and to be their friends.

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Other Ways to Contribute

As with any other non-profit organization, we depend on the generousity of others to satisfy our mission statement. As stated above, there are many ways to contribute to the PDCAP.

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