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Equipment  Repair

We don't often accept broken equipment but on expensive items, our wonderful "fix it" man Andy, works hard to make things operable so it can go out to recipients.

Always Ready

One of our volunteers, Peggy, is always ready to help out and respond to the needs of others. She is our Tuesday morning volunteers but we have many other eager volunteers M-Sa.

Saturday May 6, 2023, Parish Church of St. Helena volunteered at The Lending Room Providing a much needed "spruce up" and hours of hard work in conjunction with their LOVE Beaufort Day. Thank you Jai Dowell and the church members that came that day. 

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Saint Peters "A Light for Beaufort" recognized The Lending Room by generously supporting the organization with a grant to continue the mission to accept and distribute gently used medical equipment to anyone in need regardless of income or insurance. Thank you for your continued support!

The Lending Room celebrated its 60th birthday fall 2021.  

The Lending Room began in 1961 under the direction of the Women's Auxiliary at Beaufort Memorial hospital.

The Lending Room wants to thank Roxanne Cheney for her dedication and hard work for the past 10 years as The Lending Room president. We wish you well as you move on to explore new adventures. You will forever be a part of our story.

The Lending Room Grand Opening

Customer Support Systems of Concord, NC gives The Lending Room a new laptop.

To help with the move to our new facility. John and Silvia Middleton donated a laptop for The Lending Room so volunteers can access the Vonage Phone systems and allow recipients to have real time responses when inquiring about equipment. The number to call is 843-524-2554.

Independence on Wheels

A donation from Beaufort Charities was given to The Lending Room. 

Verna helps two eight year old children by donating life changing gifts 

Read a story about how Rhett receives a power chair and finally gains his independence

New Mobility for a Grateful Veteran

A Lending Room volunteer asks Mom to donate her unused power chair and makes an impactful difference in the life of another

March 2019 :Our new facility at 616B Parris Island Gateway is finally a realization thanks to Low Country Habitat for Humanity. We are blessed to have a number of volunteers ready and waiting to man daily 3 hour shifts and we are finally open to the public.

We want to extend a special shout out to Dick Stewart for his support over the years by giving The Lending Room a place to hang our hats (and crutches, walkers and commodes) rent free for 19+ years so we could save our money and make this possible too.

A special thanks to all who made our new facility a reality:

100 Woman Who Care, Beaufort; Beaufort Charities; First Presbyterian Church; Human Services Alliance; Low Country Habitat for Humanity; Old Port Royal Association; Rotarian's; St Peters Service Committee; and countless private donations. We are grateful for supporting our mission.

On Jan 28th, 2020​ the volunteers gathered to enjoy socializing, getting to know one another better and sharing stories at the volunteer appreciation luncheon

On August 12th the Old Village Association of Port Royal recognized The Lending Room with a $1000 check. Pictured (Right to Left) Nancy Plank, president of OVA, Charlie Ledford TLR volunteer and Lori Wells, TLR volunteer. Many Thanks to help us keep growing!!!.

100 Women Who Care chooses The Lending Room to support. With Funds donated, The Lending Room is on it's way to finding a new place to call "home." What an amazing group of women making a difference in Beaufort!

The Lending Room's Alan Snyder makes it possible for this gentleman to receive a much needed electric wheelchair. 

The Salvation Army dropped off equipment donations at The Lending Room Storage. Thanks for your support S.A!

You are a great partner in helping us help others.

Beaufort and Beyond

The Lending Room Sends equipment to Egbe, Nigeria

Charlie's Stories of 2018 (A dedicated Lending Room Volunteer)

Charlie helps The Lending Room by making valuable pick ups of larger equipment and dropping off (often assembling) equipment to recipients that cannot do so on their own. His motto is "You call, I haul"

Joseph Brown Dry Wall Services donate time to help finish the walls in the new Lending Room office. Thanks for your help.

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