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Helping Out for March 14, 2018

Staff Report //March 14, 2018//

Helping Out for March 14, 2018

Staff Report //March 14, 2018//

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Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area. Submissions should be sent to [email protected]

The Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series is hosting a luncheon promoting the Charleston Animal Society’s book Caitlyn: America’s Dog at noon April 20 at High Cotton. Caitlyn, a Staffordshire bull terrier, was rescued after she was found in North Charleston with her snout taped tightly shut. Surgery was required to repair the damage to Caitlyn’s snout.

Tickets are $31 for the three-course luncheon and discussion, or $51 for the luncheon and a paperback copy of Caitlyn: America’s Dog. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Charleston Animal Society.


The Driving to End Domestic Violence golf tournament, a benefit for My Sister’s House, is scheduled for April 16 at Coosaw Creek Country Club.

Registration is $125 for individuals and $400 for foursomes.


Charleston Friends of the Library is holding Books for Bier from 5:30 to 8 p.m. April 10 at Bay Street Biergarten. Anyone who brings a gently used book to the restaurant can receive one free beer. Any child who brings a children’s book to donate will receive one free root beer.

The Friends of the Library will also be selling books and will host a silent auction during the event. Admission is free.


Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co. is hosting a charity day benefiting GrowFood Carolina through 10 tonight.

GrowFood Carolina will receive 25% of the proceeds from the day. The organization aims to create economic sustainability for farmers through wholesale planning, aggregation and distribution.

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