toiletry-drive

City of Columbia partners with Sistercare for second annual toiletry drive

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(Columbia, SC) –The City of Columbia is collaborating with Sistercare for the second annual toiletry drive. Sistercare is a nonprofit organization that helps victims and families recover from domestic violence.

Please consider donating the items below:

  1. Facial wipes
  2. Deodorant
  3. Liquid hand soap
  4. Face cloths/towels
  5. Masks
  6. Feminine hygiene products
  7. Body wash
  8. Diapers

Donations will be accepted starting July 1, 2024 – October 5, 2024

Donation Locations:

The public can drop off donations at the following locations:

  1. City Hall, 1737 Main Street
  2. City of Columbia Payment Center, 3000 Harden Street
  3. Columbia Richland Fire Department Headquarters, 1800 Laurel Street
  4. Hyatt Park, 950 Jackson Avenue
  5. Greenview Park, 6700 David Street
  6. MLK Park, 2300 Greene Street
  7. Woodland Park, 6500 Olde Knight Parkway
  8. All Good Books, 734 Harden Street
  9. Sunrise Artisan Bath and Body, 710 Saluda Ave
  10. Papa Jazz Record Shoppe, 2014 Greene Street
  11. Sunrise Café,  1801 Main Street
  12. Hawthorne Taylor Pharmacy, 1520-A Taylor Street
  13. Pure Barre, 2123 Greene St A
  14. The SKINHOUSE, 2000 Blossom St, Columbia (Offering 5% off services when donating, cannot be combined with any other offers)
  15. ColaKicks, 902 Harden St, Columbia
  16. Mast General Store, 1601 Main Street
  17. Azalea Coffee Bar, 2700 Devine Street
  18. Good For the Sole Shoes, 728 Saluda Ave
  19. Sweet GGs Bakery, 613 Harden Street
  20. The Food Academy, 301 Gervais Street

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