Steinberg Law Firm Serving as Collection Center in Annual SC YLD Backpack Drive

07-22-2016

Steinberg Law Firm Serving as Collection Center in Annual SC YLD Backpack Drive

For the third year in a row, the Steinberg Law Firm is participating in the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division's Annual Backpack Drive, benefitting local schools and students across the tricounty area. All 3 offices are serving as collection centers, and will be collecting school supplies from July 25th through August 11th. All supplies will be distributed to local students at the Annual First Day Festival on August 14th. Historically, the event has been held downtown near the Maritime Center. Last year, over 3000 backpacks filled with supplies were handed out to local students! 

The firm is collecting school supplies for all ages and grade levels, but these are the items in high demand:

  • New Backpacks
  • Spiral Bound Notebooks
  • Composition Notebooks
  • Loose Leaf Paper (Wide- and College-Ruled)
  • 3-ring Binders
  • Pocket Folders
  • Scissors
  • Rulers
  • Compasses
  • Protractors
  • Dividers
  • Mechanical and #2 Pencils
  • Colored Pencils
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Highlighters
  • Dry-Erase Markers
  • 3×5 Index Cards
  • Post-it Notes
  • Book Covers
  • Dictionaries
  • Boxes of Kleenex

If you would like to drop off school supplies for the Backpack Drive, you can bring them to any of our 3 locations:

Downtown Charleston: 61 Broad Street

Goose Creek: 118 South Goose Creek Boulevard

Summerville: 103 Grandview Drive

Simply place the items in the collection boxes provided in the lobby. 

If you have any questions, please reach out to Dyllan Rankin with the Young Lawyers Division at dyllan@therankinlawfirm.com. 

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