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Who we help

Where your Donations Go

At Sweet Repeat Chartiable Foundation, we are dedicated to generate funds from donations and to distribute profits to qualified non-profit organizations in and around York County and provide scholarships for local students. With your donation, we can continue to make an impact in our community as well as organizations that need it most. 

Your donations make a real difference in the lives of children with autism, children with cancer and other medical needs, folks who are in need of food, clothing, shelter and healthcare to name a few. We currently help over 50 non-profit organizations. 


Below are a few non-profit organizations we have supported with monetary funds and examples of how your donation can make an impact:

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Autism Charlotte 

Autism Charlotte was founded in 2006 by five parents, all directly impacted and inspired by their own special children affected by autism. Facing the many day-to-day challenges common in caring for a child with autism, these parents experienced firsthand the significant lack of programs, services, and support in our community. They committed themselves to helping other families facing similar challenges but likewise finding few answers and often feeling alone.  With the support of many friends, family, and community partners, Autism Foundation of the Carolinas was established as a 501C3  and was  later renamed Autism Charlotte.  The organization became well known for programs such as iCan Bike and  Inclusion-based Afterschool. Over the years, Autism Charlotte's programs, services, presence, and impact has continued to grow and elvove based on the incredible foundation established by our founders. 

Autism Therapy

Lake Wylie Childrens Charity 

The Lake Wylie Children’s Charity has evolved into a year-round charity that support local children and their families who are fighting childhood cancer or some other medical issue that is draining the family’s financial resources.

These circumstances strain their ability to “make ends meet” and often threaten their ability to continue as a family unit. Operating under the name of LAKE WYLIE CHILDREN’S CHARITY, a group of unpaid volunteers from the community work tirelessly throughout the year to relieve some of a family’s financial struggles.

The beginnings of the charity started in 2003, when a handful of local volunteers pulled together to raise money through a free concert for one of our own kids. Since then, we have grown to more than 100 volunteers, numerous sponsors and hundreds of supporters, allowing us to help more children in the Lake Wylie area.

Supporters and volunteers celebrate its 20th year of Benefit and other year-round events have raised in excess of $1.5 million to help local families.

The families are deeply touched by your support and generosity and express their heartfelt gratitude for caring about them and their plights.

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Palmetto Community Health Care 

Palmetto Community Health Care serves the health and wellness needs of low-income, uninsured residents of Lancaster County and York County between the ages of 18-64, living at or below 250% of the federal poverty level. All care provided at PCHC is free of charge. We deliver primary care with an emphasis on chronic disease management of conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol, because these conditions, if left untreated, may lead to serious, costly, and potentially fatal complications. Acute care is also provided aimed at preventing patients from utilizing the emergency room for non-emergent needs.

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Clover Area Assistance Center 

Their services and programs are designed to address basic urgent needs.  Through good, financial assistance, health-related services and education, their goal is to not only allieviate immediate need, but also to help individuals and familities bridge the gap between dependence and self-sufficiency.  They provide much needed pantry food items for those in need as well as financial and educational assistance.

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Scholarships to High school students 

Our foundation plays an important role in supporting educational opportunities for students. Scholarships can be a tremendous help to high school students who are pursuing higher education.

By donating monetary funds for scholarships, the Foundation is providing financial support to students who may otherwise not be able to afford the cost of attending college or university. This can help to level the playing field and ensure that talented students are not held back by financial barriers.

In addition to providing financial assistance, scholarships can also provide recognition and encouragement to students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement or community service. This recognition can motivate students to continue their hard work and inspire them to make a positive impact in their communities.

Overall, the donation of monetary funds for high school student scholarships is a wonderful way for us to support education and help ensure that all students have access to the opportunities they need to succeed.

High School Friends

Your Donations Make an Impact

Non-Profit Organizations receiving monetary donations
for 2022-2023 because of your generosity.

  • Adult Enrichment Centers

  • America's Boating Club of the Catawba
    (aka US Power Squadron)

  • Autism Charlotte

  • Belmont Community Organization

  • Biblical Studies Released Time (BSRT)

  • Bright Side Youth Ranch

  • Canine Companions for Independence, Southeast Region

  • Childrens Attention Home

  • Christ the King Church Food Pantry

  • Clover Area Assistance Center

  • Crisis Pregnancy Center of Gaston County

  • Defend the Fatherless

  • Eagles Closet

  • Early Learning Partnership of York County

  • Fostering the Family

  • Friends of York County Animal Shelter

  • Lake Wylie Children's Charity

  • Lake Wylie Clover Mayday Project

  • Leader Dogs for the Blind

  • God's Kitchen at New Beginnings Baptist Church

  • Her Place

  • Make a Wish South Carolina​

  • Mira Via

  • On Eagles Wings

  • Palmetto Community Health Care

  • Respect for Life -- All Saints Church

  • Restore Mobility for the Blind

  • RideAbility Therapeutic Riding Center

  • River Hills Emergency Squad

  • River Hills Lions Club

  • Rock Hill Symphony Orchestra

  • Rotary Club of Lake Wylie SC

  • Sheriffs Foundation of York County

  • South Charlotte Dog Rescue

  • Stellie J Jackson Enrichment Center

  • Tender Hearts Girls Home, Inc

  • The Community Café

  • Tips & Tails TNR and Rescue

  • True Word of God

  • Victory Farm Therapeutic & Adaptive Horsemanship

  • York County Cross Trail Outfitters (CTO)

  • York County Library - Lake Wylie SC Branch

  • York County Reads

  • You Can Discover Change

Non-Profit Organizations receiving excess items not able to sell in store (clothing, towels, books, games, household items etc.)

Every gift finds a new home. 

  • American Kidney Foundation

  • CAAC

  • Carolina Vet Specialist

  • Charlotte Rotary Interpreting Freedom. org

  • Chester County Animal Control

  • Community Cafe 

  • Early Learning Partnership

  • Gaston County Police Animal enforcement

  • Holy Angels, Veterans in Gastonia 

  • I.C. London Lingerie

  • Kingdom Church 

  • Lake Wylie Library 

  • Lake Wylie Rotary Club

  • Lifeway Church 

  • Lydia's Loft

  • Matt Bannon
  • Mooresville VFW
  • The Eagles Closet

  • True Word of God

  • Walking with Moms in Need

  • Watchmen of the Streets : Homeless outreach

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