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Who We Are, What We Do, How We Do It
How can I help out the SCC?
I'm a member of the Access Fund, why do I need the SCC?
What can I do to help minimize my impact''s at the crags?
SCC Member Benefits
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| Our Mission|
The SCC's mission is to preserve climbing areas for present and future generations to enjoy.
| Who We Are, What We Do, How We Do It|
The Southeastern Climbers Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving climbing access in the southeast. SCC members and volunteers are climbers from Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Arkansas and elsewhere who have joined forces to preserve access to climbing areas in the region.
| How can I help out the SCC?|
Join the SCC. Become a member. Make a donation. Your financial contribution, however big or small, helps sustain the work of the SCC. The SCC is a non-profit organization so all donations are tax deductible.
| I'm a member of the Access Fund, why do I need the SCC?|
The SCC is a local grass-roots organization dedicated to preserving climbing areas in the South. The SCC works hand in hand with the Access Fund along with The Trust for Public Land, and The National Park Service, as well as other local groups such as The Sandrock Boulders Preservation Society (SRBPS), and People Against Littered States (PALS).[ Back to Top ]
| What can I do to help minimize my impact''s at the crags?|
Please school yourself on how to minimize your impact at crags throughout the southeast. Click here to view our latest SCC Environmental Education Flyer.
| SCC Partners|
Click here to visit our Partners Page.
| SCC Member Benefits|
Certain shops, climbing gyms and other businesses partner with the SCC
to offer discounts and other benefits to our active members.
Be sure to carry and show your current SCC membership card to receive member benefits.