The organization, which was created by children from Mt. Pleasant, are collecting old and unwanted keys for their recycling and fundraising project benefiting Charleston’s homeless. The keys will be “hand-designed and decorated to be worn as necklaces, key chains, backpack charms, and even used as gift tags, stocking stuffers, teacher gifts and ornaments.” A donation of $5 per key is also suggested.
Key donations will continue throughout February and collection locations can be found at:
· Wonder Works toy stores (Mt. Pleasant, West Ashley and Kiawah)
· East Cooper Lock & Safe (Mt. Pleasant – Chuck Dawley)
· Royall Ace Hardware (Mt. Pleasant – Coleman Blvd)
· Leaf Restaurant + Bar (Downtown – Beaufain St)
· ECO Fitness (Mt. Pleasant – Hwy 17N)
· Century 21 Real Estate (Park West Realty/Mt. Pleasant)
· Chick-fil-A (West Ashley/Savannah Hwy & Magwood)
· Chick-fil-A (North Mt. Pleasant/Hwy 17)
· Chick-fil-A (North Charleston/Dorchester Rd)
· Chick-fil-A (James Island/Folly Rd)
· Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
For more information about Keys for Hope, visit their Facebook page.
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