Zaxby’s and Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy announced a fundraiser at eleven Charleston area locations to support Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy and the community’s first responders. Fundraiser runs from now until May 18, 2020.
Guests have the opportunity to donate $1 at the drive-thru when ordering their meals. On Mondays, Zaxby’s will match all donations.
Visit any of the following 11 restaurants to participate:
- 1018 Folly Rd
- 6924 Rivers Ave
- 1908 Sam Rittenberg Blvd
- 3476 Shelby Ray Ct
- 433 St. James Ave
- 8419 Dorchester Rd
- 4845 Tanger Outlet Blvd
- 9141 University Blvd
- 320 Azalea Square Blvd
- 1625 Central Ave
- 507 North Highway 52
“The Zaxby’s brand is all about enriching lives and giving back,” Charleston Zaxby’s licensee Tripp Clayton said. Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy is grateful for Zaxby’s commitment to give back to our community and their support of Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy.”
“First responders are on the front lines, dedicated to serving and protecting our beloved community,” Chaplain Rich Robinson, Executive Director at Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy, said. “With each call, first responders risk being personally exposed to COVID-19, or worse, bringing it home to loved ones. To combat added stress, Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy has developed virtual responses to provide support to first responders, individuals, and the community. In the midst of social distancing, our frontline heroes and survivors must know they are not alone.”
About Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy
Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy’s mission is to be a light in the depth of pain and a hope in the day to day for first responders, individuals, and the community. To learn more, visit: www.
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