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2013 20 Days of Giving

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Thanks to your donations we have had so much success with Toys for Tots over the last 25 years that we have decided to significantly expand the drop off locations in 2013 for this great cause.

We are calling this the 20 Days of Giving.

For 20 weekdays starting November 18 through December 20 we will be highlighting different collection locations across the Lowcountry. Help us make a difference and donate a toy for a child in need this holiday season.

TOYS FOR TOTS TOY DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

  1. Crews Chevrolet 8199 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston
  2. St. Leo University 2430 Mall Drive, Suite 185, North Charleston
  3. Haddrell's Point Tackle and Supply 885 Ben Sawyer Boulevard, Mount Pleasant
  4. Ultraskin Wax Center 975 Savannah Highway, Charleston
  5. South Carolina Blue Retail Center 1795 Highway 17, Unit 7, Mount Pleasant
  6. Welcom Cabinets 9889 U.S. 78, Ladson
  7. Sabal Homes 304 Pond Hill Court, Summerville
  8. Orvin's Furniture 211 East Main Street, Moncks Corner
  9. Copper Penny Northcutt Plaza, 280 West Coleman Boulevard, Mount Pleasant
  10. Summerville Pediatric Dentistry 405 West 5th North Street, Summerville
  11. Del Webb 409 Coastal Bluff Way, Summerville
  12. Wonder Works St. Andrews Shopping Center, 975 Savannah Highway, Charleston
  13. Palmetto Med Spa 3495 Iron Horse Road, Ladson
  14. Blackbaud 2000 Daniel Island Drive, Charleston
  15. Raising Canes 1777 U.S. 17, Mount Pleasant
  16. Gullah Gourmet 95 Tall Oak Avenue, Charleston
  17. Kim's Fine Jewelry 1216-B North Main Street, Summerville
  18. East Cooper Medical Center 2000 Hospital Drive, Mount Pleasant
  19. HobbyTown 1559 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard, Charleston
  20. Rick Hendrick Dodge 1468 Savannah Highway, Charleston

LIVE EVENTS 5:00-6:30PM (Nov 18 - Dec 20)

  1. Monday, November 18th Crews Chevrolet 8199 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston
  2. Tuesday, November 19th St. Leo University 2430 Mall Drive, Suite 185, North Charleston
  3. Wednesday, November 20th Haddrell's Point Tackle and Supply 885 Ben Sawyer Boulevard, Mount Pleasant
  4. Thursday, November 21st Ultraskin Wax Center 975 Savannah Highway, Charleston
  5. Friday November 22 Wonder Works St. Andrews Shopping Center, 975 Savannah Highway, Charleston
  6. Monday, November 25th South Carolina Blue Retail Center 1795 Highway 17, Unit 7, Mount Pleasant
  7. Wednesday, November 27th Welcom Cabinets 9889 U.S. 78, Ladson
  8. Monday, December 2nd Sabal Homes 304 Pond Hill Court, Summerville
  9. Tuesday, December 3rd Summerville Pediatric Dentistry 405 West 5th North Street, Summerville
  10. Wednesday, December 4th Copper Penny Northcutt Plaza, 280 West Coleman Boulevard, Mount Pleasant
  11. Thursday, December 5th Orvin's Furniture 211 East Main Street, Moncks Corner
  12. Monday, December 9th Del Webb 409 Coastal Bluff Way, Summerville
  13. Thursday, December 10th HobbyTown 1559 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard, Charleston
  14. Wednesday, December 11th Palmetto Med Spa 3495 Iron Horse Road, Ladson
  15. Thursday, December 12th Blackbaud 2000 Daniel Island Drive, Charleston
  16. Friday, December 13th Raising Canes 1777 U.S. 17, Mount Pleasant
  17. Monday, December 16th Gullah Gourmet 95 Tall Oak Avenue, Charleston
  18. Tuesday, December 17th Kim's Fine Jewelry 1216-B North Main Street, Summerville
  19. Wednesday, December 18th East Cooper Medical Center 2000 Hospital Drive, Mount Pleasant
  20. Friday, December 20th Rick Hendrick Dodge 1468 Savannah Highway, Charleston
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