The Charleston Basket Brigade (CBB), a nonprofit committed to bringing the community together to provide Thanksgiving meals to local families in need, will partner with The Coastal Cupboard for their Semi-annual Charity Knife Sharpening Event from November 1st to 10th.
Get your knives professionally sharpened for just $1 per knife, with every single dollar benefiting CBB, which is attempting to raise $100,000 to feed over 3,300 Charleston tri-county families in need at Thanksgiving. In addition to putting a new edge on your knives, guests can check out interactive stations at the Coastal Cupboard with knife skills demonstrations, delicious samples, cutlery specials, and more. Only straight-edge knives can be sharpened, not serrated knives. There is no limit to how many knives you can have sharpened.
Knife sharpening can be done Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm or on Sundays from noon to 4 pm. For more details about the Charity Knife Sharpening Event, visit www.thecoastalcupboard.com.
The Coastal Cupboard is located within the Belle Hall Shopping Center at 644-J Long Point Road in Mt. Pleasant.
About The Charleston Basket Brigade
CBB is a 501-(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to bring the community together to feed families in need every Thanksgiving. Founded in 2008 by close friends Michelle Scarafile and Pam Hartley, CBB uses 100% of funds raised for buying food, providing each family with a box of ingredients to cook an entire Thanksgiving meal. Recently celebrating the 10th anniversary of the CBB, the organization has raised more than $745,000 and served roughly 25,000 families in need since its inception. For more information about donating or volunteering, please visit http://charlestonbasketbrigade.com/.
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