Low-income non-profit organizations collect Halloween costumes for children from low-income families

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) – Going Places, a local non-profit organization, is launching their third project, “Give a costume. Give “low-income children who can’t afford it” a “donation for new or new Halloween costumes.”
West Ashley and Going have three Title 1 primary schools

Places will determine how much clothing they can provide based on the number of garments they receive. However, their goals are all three.

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Non-profit organizations need clothing from 4 years old to adult. Many fifth-grade students are as big as adults and need adult-sized clothes. They are also asking for hangers. Going Places has a Halloween costume donation box in several places around Charleston, and the list is still growing.

The current list of clothing donation boxes:

Wonder Works (West Ashley and Mount Pleasant locations)
Benefitfocus
Crown Leadership Academy Journey Fitness
KickFit
Charleston Taekwondo
All Halloween costume donation boxes will be picked up on Friday, October 12.

Going Places will host a Halloween costume transfer at the heart of West Ashley’s chosen school, and families can choose their outfits with students. The goal is to donate 800-1,000 garments.

For more information, please email kati@goingplacesnonprofit.org, visit their website, or call (224) 715-5156.

Perhaps the most famous Going Places is their main fundraising goal, which is to provide a brand new custom bike for every child in a low-income elementary school.

(Charleston resident Christian Senger is behind the holy city sinner and is one of Charleston’s most popular local news, events and entertainment blogs).

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