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Mac Ridgeway
(843) 442-4814

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  • MacLean loves his job. "This is such an exciting time to be in real estate, I am very blessed to be where I am today and It is important for me to remember that we get by giving"......."I am especially excited by the potential, opportunity, and natural beauty of Folly Beach South Carolina"
  • Before Mac was a Broker, he worked in marketing. Everything he sets out to do is followed through to its fullest. Whether it is finding the right property for a client, organizing a project, or bringing his sellers top dollar, you can rest assured that it will be pursued with a passion that won't quit until the goal is achieved.
  • Specializing in Beach Property, Mac has a unique grasp of the markets around Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, and Sullivan's Island. "A good majority of the deals I put together are often sold before they are listed on the MLS". With a steady stream of investors, Mac is often the first, last, and only agent contacted when property owners are ready to sell.

  • All of our listings are marketed like multi million dollar real estate. We can afford to do this because of our background, keeping us way ahead of the pack when it comes to the latest marketing technology. When you choose us to represent you in a real estate transaction, you will recieve the most comprehensive service available. Buying or selling a home can cause anyone to feel vulnerable, therefore, it is important that you choose an agent and company that will hold your interest above all others.

    Below You Will Find a List of Some of the Charities That We Feel Led to Support.

    Great Lakes Outreach -

    Great Lakes Outreach (GLO) is a UK charity (reg. no. 1097267) which works in partnership with several organisations in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa, notably in Burundi. It was founded in 2003 by Simon Guillebaud, who has worked in the area since 1998, in response to the massive needs and huge potential impact of strategic involvement in cooperation with key partners. The main areas of GLO’s involvement include: Evangelism and discipleship through schools and churches, Printing of teaching materials, Fighting the AIDS pandemic, Supporting a street children’s project, Helping to sustain an orphanage, Equipping and encouraging informed dialogue between Christians and Muslims, and Training university students in outreach.
     Great Lakes Outreach

    Crisis Ministries

    The mission of Crisis Ministries is to meet the immediate needs of those who are hungry and homeless, to strive to break the cycles of hunger and homelessness, and to encourage others to do the same. Crisis Ministries seeks to enhance the personal and spiritual growth of the individual client and families, and involve the community in a ministry of compassion, and encourage cooperation between the diverse peoples of our community. At Crisis Ministries we have many programs to help the community, Samaritan Outreach; Crisis Intervention; Depression, BiPolar and Survivors of Suicide Support Groups; United Way of Anderson, Information & Referral; Collaboration with other Community Agencies in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Counties.

    The American Cancer Society -

    The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community- based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. The American Cancer Society's international mission concentrates on capacity building in developing cancer societies and on collaboration with other cancer-related organizations throughout the world in carrying out shared strategic directions.

    The Cooper Perry Fund -

    Cooper Perry, just three months shy of his third birthday, fell victim to Viral Meningitis, which escalated into Encephalitis. His parents reacted quickly and he moved from his Pediatrician to the Emergency Room to the local Children's Hospital to Miami Children's Hospital over the course of three days. In just under a week, however, he had passed away. The Cooper Perry Fund has been created to accomplish three main goals: 1. Create awareness of brain trauma, specifically Meningitis and Encephalitis. and 2. Raise funds for medical research, brain protection and preservation, and for brain trauma victims. 3. Continue the ongoing legacy of Cooper Perry's spirit.
     The Cooper Perry Fund

    Save The Light -

    In November 1998, the Morris Island Lighthouse Committee incorporated as Save The Light, Inc. After several years of public agencies debating ownership, Save The Light, Inc. bought the lighthouse in February 1999 for $75,000. Local artist Jim Booth and Charleston businessman Robert New guaranteed the loan for the purchase. The simple mission of Save The Light, Inc. is to save and preserve the Morris Island Lighthouse for the People of South Carolina. Donations have come from all over the United States and as far away as Switzerland and Italy. The group has raised more than $700,000 from a variety of sources and has more than 300 members, with an all-volunteer effort. Now, Save The Light is prepared to take its efforts to the next level. An executive director is in place, a large grass-roots membership campaign has been launched, and applications for government and private foundation grants are being made.
     Save The Light - Folly Beach SC

    Folly Beach Turtle Watch Program -

    Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) crawl onto the beach at Folly between May and September to lay eggs. Females nest between 2 and 5 times in one season and do not return for two to three years to repeat the nesting cycle. It is believed that they nest on the beach where they were hatched decades earlier. Therefore, the sustainability of nesting at Folly is dependent upon proper management of these nesting sights. The program makes extensive use of resident volunteers who received training with a representative of the Department of Environmental Protection prior to beginning any beach patrols. In addition, this training will be on-going, as whenever turtle crawl tracks are discovered, the EPA representative will examine the nest with the volunteers and provide on-going commentary on appropriate procedures to follow and how to continuously monitor the nest.
     Folly Beach Turtle Watch Program

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