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Steinberg Law Firm Hosts Food & Clothing Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries

Posted on: 03-25-2015

Steinberg Law Firm Hosts Food & Clothing Drive for Tricounty Family Ministries

Throughout the month of April, our firm is hosting a food and clothing drive to benefit Tricounty Family Ministries, a non-profit ecumenical organization based in North Charleston that provides assistance to those in need. Employees of the Steinberg Law Firm regularly volunteer at Tricounty Family Ministries, helping out in the kitchen, intake center, health center, and clothing closet, and are eager to serve the Lowcountry and continue giving back to the community. All three offices will be working together to collect canned food, gently used clothing, and “health kits” (small bags of travel-size toiletries) for families who need help. All donations will be collected and delivered to Tricounty Family Ministries on Wednesday, May 6th, when the firm is scheduled to volunteer and serve lunch.

All donations are welcome, but here is a list of specific items Tricounty Family Ministries really needs:

  • Canned Meat, Fruit, and Vegetables
  • Peanut Butter
  • Small/Medium Men’s Clothing
  • Flip Flops (Large sizes)
  • Health Kits (small bags with travel-sized toiletries like toothpaste, soap, shampoo, etc.)
  • Winter Coats, Gloves, Scarves, and Hats
  • New, Unused Undergarments and Socks

Please drop off your donations at any Steinberg Law Firm office location:

Summerville – 103 Grandview Drive

Goose Creek – 118 S Goose Creek Blvd

Downtown Charleston – 61 Broad Street

Contact Katie Barber at 843-572-0700 for more information.

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