The Charleston office collected personal hygiene items for Patriot Villas, a local condominium that provides affordable housing for veterans.
Weekly “Free Pantry” days are held where residents can come and pick up personal hygiene and non-perishable food items. With uncertain times for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Charleston staff worked to get items to the organization as quickly and safely as possible.
Patriot Villas provides affordable condominium or apartment units for veterans. They currently have two locations in South Carolina.
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