For many people in the community, winter brings a whole new set of challenges. That’s why I Serve with Joy, a local nonprofit organization founded by Joy Campbell, originally launched its “Coats for the Holidays” campaign. Now in it’s ninth year, the coat drive is gearing up for it’s final push before the official end of the campaign on January 3rd.
“This drive was designed to provide a coat for someone in need for the holiday,” Campbell said. “This is a chance to bring some JOY to the community.”
Supporting the campaign is easy. You can help by donating new or gently used coats of any size at one of the many drop-off locations around town.
- Sticky Fingers Ribhouse
- Any Charleston Area location
- The Ladles
- 8600 Dorchester Road
- iHeart Media
- 950 Houston Northcutt Blvd Suite 201, Mt Pleasant
- Coastal Coffee Roasters
- 108 E 3rd N St, Summerville
- Wilson’s Extermination
- 1727 Ashley River Rd
- XO Hookah lounge
- 5101 Ashley Phosphate Rd North Charleston unit 137
The Coats for the Holidays campaign is supported by community partners like Audrey’s Angel Outreach, Charleston GOOD, the Lowcountry Blessing Box Project, Summerville Dream, and Zyia for All.
To learn more or make a donation visit: iservewithjoy.org