Welcome to my monthly newsletter about all things James Island!

2020 has been a challenge. What about ending the year on a high note with some community service? Here are some opportunities to serve our community on James Island and beyond:

  • James Island Outreach

    “Provide(s) and coordinate(s) crisis relief and ongoing assistance (emergency food, medicine, and utility assistance) for neighbors on James Island and Folly Beach.” 

    Help with donations of nonperishables and volunteer to distribute food. 
     

  • The Undergarment Society

    ​James Island resident run 

    “Our mission is to provide new bras and underwear to girls and women escaping domestic violence, homelessness, and other unsafe conditions.”

    Donate or throw a donation party! 
     

  • Together We Can, a program of I Heart Hungry Kids
    James Island resident run 
    “Our mission is to help create meaningful and impactful food drives that can fit any size group.” 
    They help you run your own food drive.

  • Pet Helpers
    Located on James Island 
    “To end the euthanasia of all adoptable dogs and cats by operating a no-kill shelter.”
    Donate, adopt or foster a pet.
     

  • Hope to Home Furniture Resource
    “Provide(s) essential home furnishings to individuals and families to transform their new house to a home.”
    Donate money or time. 

     

  • Lowcountry Orphan Relief
    “Support services and aid to meet the needs of Lowcountry children identified as at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse and/or neglect.” 
    Volunteer or donate NEW and LIKE NEW: clothing, pajamas, coats, books, stuffed animals, and shoes- all sizes from preemie to adult (suitable for teens). 
     

  • Charleston Uplift
    “To help the homeless and those in need by providing donations from our communities.”
    Clothing, food, toiletries, backpacks are needed. 

  • Wind Wood Farm
    “Providing help, hope, and healing through behavioral, educational, and therapeutic interventions which enhance social functioning and well-being, ensures safety, and works to achieve positive permanency for children and families in our community.”   
    Donate money or items from their Amazon Wishlist.
     

  • My Sisters House
    Comprehensive services for victims of domestic abuse. 
    Donate clothing, gift cards, bedding & more. 
     

  • CYDC
    “To empower and equip our community’s most vulnerable children by providing a safe environment, educational support, and career readiness, in collaboration with families and community partners.”
    Donate items from their Amazon Wishlist or gently used clothing, bedding & personal hygiene items.
     

  • Lowcountry Food Bank
    Helping to end hunger.
    Donate money or time through volunteering.

  • Meals on Wheels
    “Meals on Wheels primary goal is to end senior isolation and hunger.” 
    Donate money or time through volunteering.
     

  • One80 Place
    “Ending and preventing homelessness."
    Monetary donations or virtual volunteering.
     

  • Dee Norton
    Comprehensive services for abused children. 
    Donate money or time through volunteering.
     

  • Three Rivers Respite 
    “Providing a consistent, overnight respite outlet for children in foster care and their foster families to alleviate the hardships and provide a necessary interval of relief.”
    Donate money or time through volunteering.

Please text me the ones I have missed (843-779-9716)!

I will keep an this list updated!

DECEMBER 5TH

Virtual Event: Wreath Making Class at Drayton Hall

 

DECEMBER 10TH

Hanukkah Begins

 

DECEMBER 12TH

Holiday Parade of Boats

DECEMBER 25TH

Merry Christmas!

New Restaurants on the Island!

Check out these two new food options on the island: California Tortilla and Fire Grill. Both of these restaurants are located in the new shopping center at the corner of Folly and Fort Johnson (where the new Publix is). California Tortilla is a national chain that specializes in fresh, Mexican burritos, bowls, and tacos. During my visit I was impressed with their cheerful and quick service as I moved through their build your own meal counter set-up. Here is a picture of my delicious fish tacos.  Across the way, you will find Fire Grill.  This is also counter service.  My kids love the hibachi with Yum Yum sauce and I enjoyed the Olgethorpe roll (vegetarian sushi).

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- Kevin Braitsch 

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