In 2020, South Carolina had more than

18,000 CASES

of abuse, abandonment, or neglect


Sometimes, during tough times, the


have the greatest impact

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Last year, with your help, we assisted


and we’ve helped 42,000 since 2007

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Help us help those who cannot help themselves.

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LOR needs your support! New or like new clothing, shoes, school supplies and more. See the ways you can help and an infographic of items we accept.


There are LOTS of ways you can help Lowcountry Orphan Relief. Click the link below to learn about volunteering and how you can become involved.

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Mission & Vision

The mission of Lowcountry Orphan Relief is to provide support services and aid to meet the needs of children in the low country of South Carolina identified as at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse and/or neglect. The vision of Lowcountry Orphan Relief and Midlands Orphan Relief is that no child should be without the basic necessities in life, regardless of their life circumstances.

We believe that all children have intrinsic value and deserve to be nurtured, loved and protected. They are entitled to have caring adults who help them develop to their full potential. Together we have an opportunity to contribute to our children’s future and be part of an enduring effort that promotes safety and the well being of our children, providing them with the necessities of life and a welcoming, safe environment.

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If this is your first time requesting services from Lowcountry Orphan Relief, please contact info@lorkids.org to receive information about order placement and guidelines. DISCLAIMER: Orders placed to our Distribution Center are for children who are at-risk or suffering from abuse, abandonment and/or neglect. We WILL NOT process an order directly from the biological parent of a child.  All orders must come from an agency representative who can legitimize either the child’s risk for abuse or a founded case of abuse.  As a representative of the child, you are responsible for ensuring the child meets these requirements, as we are relying upon your professional opinion. Please visit the Children’s Trust of South Carolina website for a list of Child Abuse and Neglect Indicatorsshould you need assistance in determining if a child is at-risk for abuse: http://www.scchildren.org