Volunteer Information Sessions

The Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage invites the community to drop-in at one of three informational sessions to learn about available volunteer opportunities. The event will be held at the Morris Center located on the corner of S. Jacob Smart Blvd and East Main Street, Ridgeland, SC in the historic Sinclair Gas Station.

“Volunteering gives people a chance to use their skills and interests in a way that has a lasting impact. As we look to the future when we welcome visitors from all four counties and beyond, we know volunteers will be key to our success.” -Annmarie Reiley-Kay, Director of Programs and Exhibits.

Come, bring a friend and drop in to meet the staff. Enjoy light refreshments while you explore the many volunteer opportunities that will be available.

“Volunteering at the Morris Center has been an opportunity to continue to grow and learn in my retirement years. If you love the Lowcountry as much as I do, this may be just the place for you! Not only do I give support “behind the scenes,” but I actively participate in the variety of programs offered. Learning about Lowcountry flora, fauna, culture, history, the arts, as well as hands-on activities has inspired me to stay involved. The Morris Center, and a unique blend of teachers, craftspeople, and amazing exhibits offer something for all ages. It is all about building community- and volunteers are a vital part. Come join us and have some fun!” – Leslie N., a current volunteer at the Morris Center.

Thursday, January 25th from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Friday, January 26th from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Saturday, January 27th from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM

If you are unable to join us, you can still get involved by contacting the office or by visiting www.morrisheritagecenter.org/get-involved/ and exploring the volunteer opportunities and submit your application online! For further information on volunteering, please contact the Morris Center office at 843- 284-9227 or Annmarie Reiley-Kay at areiley@morrisheritagecenter.org.

One current volunteer stated, “Volunteering at the Morris Center has been an opportunity to continue to grow and learn in my retirement years. If you love the Lowcountry as much as I do, this may be just the place for you! Not only do I give support “behind the scenes,” but I actively participate in the variety of programs offered. Learning about Lowcountry flora, fauna, culture, history, the arts, as well as hands-on activities has inspired me to stay involved. The Morris Center, and a unique blend of teachers, craftspeople, and amazing exhibits offer something for all ages. It is all about building community- and volunteers are a vital part. Come join us and have some fun!”