The Genesis Project was established after the tragic drowning of a 13 year-old boy in Hollywood, SC named Genesis Holmes. It aims to raise funds to offer aquatic safety programs in the Johns Island, Awendaw/McClellanville, and Ravenel/Hollywood areas to reduce the number of drownings in Charleston County.
Swim For It!
All summer long, Charleston County Parks will be collecting donations to our “Swim For It” campaign, to help aid drowning prevention initiatives funded by the Charleston County Parks Foundation. You can give online through our Just Giving Swim For It page, at the gates to our waterparks, at the concession stands at our beach parks, or at any Charleston County Park office.
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