2022 Annual Report

How your generosity continues to impact this community Palmetto Community Care (PCC) had a banner year in 2022 in more ways than one.Our annual fundraising events came back in full force after a two-year COVID hiatus.The agency’s digital footprint continues to expand so our message can be shared andservices offered across the Tricounty area. Our… Continue reading 2022 Annual Report

Charleston Beerfest Tickets are On Sale Today

After a historic return last year, Charleston’s Premier Beer Event is returning to Riverfront Park on September 9, 2023! CHARLESTON, S.C. (Date) – Charleston Beerfest (CBF) will take place in September at Riverfront Park from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The festival includes: Changes to this year’s festival include custom, Hoptopus-etched pint glasses included in… Continue reading Charleston Beerfest Tickets are On Sale Today

World AIDS Day 2023

World AIDS Day Interview with Fox 24 World AIDS Day Observance Article from the Post and Courier “It has been 2½ years,” said advocate Michael Luciano as he tried to work a tab into a slot of the sculpture. At the first in-person World AIDS day event since the pandemic began, there is a clear… Continue reading World AIDS Day 2023

World AIDS Day 2022

Remembering the Lives Lost; Celebrating How Far We Have Come; Rejuvenating One Another for the Work Ahead December 1 is World AIDS Day. Community members and organizations from around Charleston gathered together at the Unitarian Church of Charleston to commemorate this day. Click the button below to watch this year’s service.


This holiday season, help us ensure no one living with HIV/AIDS goes without the medical care, resources, and everyday support they deserve! Dear Friends, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your past support of Palmetto Community Care (PCC). Whether you have chosen to donate to us online or through our events or… Continue reading HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Transgender Awareness Week 2022

A Personal Reflection During the week of November 13-19, the transgender community and their allies will observe Transgender Awareness Week, in which organizations, individuals, and government agencies are called on to raise awareness regarding the disparities faced by transgender individuals. The week culminates on November 20 in the observation of Transgender Day of Remembrance, a… Continue reading Transgender Awareness Week 2022

PCC and Monkeypox

With 100 monkeypox cases, SC hopes to stretch vaccine supply with new technique “As the monkeypox case count hits 100 in South Carolina, the state is looking to stretch its vaccine supply with new techniques and new sites to get it. Some complain the criteria for getting a shot is too limited, and the Department… Continue reading PCC and Monkeypox

National Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on August 20

South Carolina Sits in the Top 10 for New HIV Rates of Diagnosis in the Country NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. –  On Friday, August 19, 2022, Palmetto Community Care will be working to promote National Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day for the entire Lowcountry community. Founded in 2019 by the Southern AIDS Coalition, this observance occurs annually… Continue reading National Southern HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on August 20

Charleston Beerfest Finalizes Artist Line-Up

Premier Beer Event Partners with Premier Music Artists CHARLESTON, S.C. (Date) – Lowcountry beer and music lovers have even more to celebrate because this year’s Loopit Music Stage at Charleston Beer Fest (CBF) will be headlined by the North Mississippi Allstars.  Special guests will include Young Mister, She Returns From War, and one other surprise… Continue reading Charleston Beerfest Finalizes Artist Line-Up

Monkeypox, Social Gatherings, and Safer Sex

How is monkeypox spread? Monkeypox can spread to anyone through close, personal, often skin-to-skin contact including: Direct contact with monkeypox rash, scabs, or body fluids from a person with monkeypox. We believe this is currently the most common way that monkeypox is spreading in the U.S. Touching objects, fabrics (clothing, bedding, or towels), and surfaces… Continue reading Monkeypox, Social Gatherings, and Safer Sex