Lowcounty Giving Day 2015


The Salvation Army’s Moncks Corner Service Unit is pleased to announce that it will be participating in Lowcountry Giving Day 2015, a 24-hour online fundraising event sponsored by the Coastal Community Foundation.
Thanks to the generosity of the Cohen Family, the Moncks Corner Service Unit has $10,000 available in incentive funds for the May 5th event, which will help us support emergency assistance programs for Berkeley County residents in need. Incentive funds award $1 for every dollar raised up to $10,000 on May 5th.  To receive the incentive donation, the Moncks Corner Service Unit must raise $10,000 on Lowcountry Giving Day.
Would you like to be a part of this historic event through donating to The Salvation Army’s Moncks Corner Service Unit this Lowcountry Giving Day?  Your donation will help keep the lights on for low-income families struggling to pay their bills after unforeseen financial emergencies.
There are a few different ways that you can give and support the event:

  • By donating online May 5, 2015 at The Salvation Army's Leaderboard.
  • Donating by check
    • IMPORTANT: Checks must list the Coastal Community Foundation as the payee and The Salvation Army’s Moncks Corner Service Unit in the memo line. Checks must be postmarked between April 20th – April 24th and sent to the Coastal Community Foundation at 635 Rutledge Ave, Suite 201, Charleston, SC 29403.
  • By promoting Lowcountry Giving Day through social media and email, and inviting your friends and family to participate.

To learn more about Lowcountry Giving Day, visit our Facebook page, the official website for the event, and The Salvation Army's website.
Please contact Katie Campbell if you have any questions or concerns. Her direct line is 843-761-8626 and her email is Kathryn.Campbell@uss.salvationarmy.org.  
Thank you for your time and consideration in supporting The Salvation Army’s Moncks Corner Service Unit this Lowcountry Giving Day!

Major Tom Richmond
Commanding Officer

The 2014 Lowcountry Giving Day raised over $4 million for communities across coastal South Carolina. This event is part of Give Local America, a national day of local giving held in partnership with over 8,000 nonprofits and 80 community foundations from across the country. Because of this broad partnership, Give Local America 2015 is gearing up to be the largest fundraising event in history.