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Service by Region

From the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia to the marsh preserves of Delaware, and the natural beauty found in Florida, SERCAP serves seven states in the Southeastern United States.

The states in SERCAP's service region, include:

SERCAP Stories

The story of SERCAP is best told through the eyes of the people and communities we are privileged to serve.

What’s happening at SERCAP? A lot of excitement! We have an exciting staff announcement to share with you, and we are also approaching an exciting milestone!For more than four decades, Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc (SERCAP) has pr...
Pat Walker, the State Manager for South Carolina, has a special connection to the Palmetto State. He has spent his entire life living, learning and working in South Carolina. “I was born in Greer, grew up in Spartanburg, went to Clemson University, a...
For Russ Rice, answering the question, “Why do you come to work each day?” is easy. “People are the most important thing,” he says, “and when you’re lucky enough to find a job that lets you help people in significant ways, then you get to live out th...
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“Water is life.” How would you describe that phrase? For some, those three words are just words: a simple phrase that doesn’t mean much. For us at SERCAP, however, that phrase is the reason we exist.Access to clean, usable water seems so commonplace ...
On October 11, 2017, Inside Philanthropy published an article entitled, "Water Systems Are in Crisis. How Can Funders Help?" The Executive Director of the National Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP), Nathan Ohle, penned the following respo...
SERCAP joined forces with Tri-County Community Action Agency, in Virginia, and hosted community workshops. These workshops were designed to educate and support individuals with failing septic systems or no treatment systems at all, to improve the wat...