Welcome to Four Rivers Outreach
Enriching, Transforming and bridging the gap in the lives of people
Our mission is to enhance and improve the quality of life for youth, adults, and seniors through education, training services, programs and employment; thereby strengthening families and transforming communities within the Tri-County area.
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Mt. Moriah Church
5th Sunday Brunch Tickets
If you purchased a ticket for the Four Rivers Outreach CDC 5th Sunday Brunch for Sunday, March 29th, 2020, your donation tickets for brunch are still good.
Four Rivers Outreach CDC intends to host a 5th Sunday Brunch at the next opportune 5th Sunday at Mt Moriah once the pandemic is clear. The 5th Sunday Brunch will become a continuing event for every 5th Sunday at Mt Moriah. So, hold on to your tickets!
If you would like a refund for your ticket, please write your name and mailing address on the back of the brunch ticket and place them in the Four Rivers mail box at Mt. Moriah or mail them to Four Rivers Outreach CDC, 7396 Rivers Ave, North Charleston, SC 29406. Upon receipt of the Brunch ticket a refund check will be sent to you.
For additional information on the next 5th Sunday Brunch call (843) 900-3689.
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We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
Four River Community Development Corporation (4RCDC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the mission of strengthening families and enhancing lives. Our vision is to bridge the gap in the lives of people through providing social services and activities that kindle and promote the potential talents in the lives of youth, adults, and seniors that reside in the Tri-County region of South Carolina. The Tri-County region of South Carolina is comprised of Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston Counties.
K-8 STEM/STEAM Initiative
During the school year several programs are offered, to include Coding Classes, and LEGO League Robotics Team Competition. These programs provide an interdisciplinary approach in targeting youth in grade levels K to 8 through applying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in an engaging context to develop literacy and the ability to compete in the new economy.
Coding classes are held in the Fall for grades K-3.
Robotics team competition training is targeted for children in grades 4 – 8 in the Spring.
This program is supported in partnership with the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Currently, all STEM programs are conducted in a virtual setting (i.e. Zoom) because of COVID-19 restrictions.
After School Program
The After-school program provides an expansive and interactive curriculum. This curriculum focuses on promoting educational, social, spiritual, and physical development of youth. (Currently suspended for Spring 2022 semester due to COVID-19 restrictions; however, may resume prior to end of Spring 2022 school year).
Summer Camp Program
The Summer camp provides opportunities for students to participate in and increase learning, achievement, social and technology skills.
Career & Resource Empowerment Program (C.a.R.e.)
This program provides literacy support, computer-literacy classes, computer training, general education development (GED), and test-preparation tutoring to individuals. This program also hosts job fairs, hiring events, career fairs and individual job/career development assessments.
Four Rivers Outreach Community Development Corporation (CDC) at Mt. Moriah is soliciting contributions for next year’s summer school program. The program is designed to meet state standards in staff training and to enhance the quality of offerings in language...
Four Rivers Cyber-Seniors Program
Four Rivers Outreach CDC in Partnership with Cyber-Seniors and the Best Buy Foundation is committed to keeping senior citizens socially connected through technology. Our partnership provides senior citizens with tech-training using an intergenerational, youth volunteer model. Young people are provided with lessons and learning activities to train them to act as digital mentors and senior citizens gain access to effective technology training and intergenerational communities that keep them socially connected and engaged. Participating youth earn community service credits.
For information and to register, click here.
Spring 2023 Black College Tour
The 2023 Black College tour will visit HBCUs in several southern states for upcoming high school Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors during the Spring Break of 2023 (Dates Pending- based on published school calendars for Tri-County area). Limited spaces are now available on a first come first serve basis.
To reserve a seat for the tour, download the following registration form and return it with your deposit – Black College Tour Registration Form
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Our name comes from the number of rivers that flow through the geographical area we serve; the Wando River, the Cooper River, the Ashley River, and the Stono River. The inception of a river is similar to human life. “Rivers start slowly . . . quietly and learn to crawl along in meandering fashion before they take off down a hill, eventually building up to a roaring, noisy life pouring down the side of a mountain.” Our name characterizes four imaginative rivers that symbolize life enhancement and embody our vision of Enriching, Transforming, Bridging (the Gap in the lives of people), and Sustaining (their success).
– Wilton R. Stewart, PhD
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