In honor of the Town of Fort Mill’s 150th Anniversary, the public is invited to join a community outreach project to benefit Fort Mill Care Center.
The Town will be collecting several items to benefit the Fort Mill Care Center, including: shampoo, deodorant, lotion, body wash, wipes, toilet paper, dish soap, disinfecting wipes, all purpose cleaner and paper towels. The public can drop off these items at Town Hall, 200 Tom Hall St., between Nov. 13 and 30, 2023. Town Hall is open between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
“To help honor the 150th Anniversary, the Town wanted to make an impact in the community by supporting a local charity,” said Events Coordinator Jacona Hester. “The Town is partnering with the Fort Mill Care Center to help them re-stock some much needed supplies they run out of this time of year.”
“The Fort Mill Care Center manages the many requests for family aid from members of the Fort Mill community. Their major emphasis is helping families who find themselves in need of basic necessities,” she said.
Please note, Fort Mill Care Center will still be hosting its annual Thanksgiving Meal Food Drive in addition to this project. For more details on their services and initiatives, please visit www.fortmillcarecenter.org.
For full details about the project, visit www.fortmillsc.gov/FortMill150. For more information, please contact Communications and Marketing Manager Chris Sardelli at (803) 992-0021 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Events Coordinator Jacona Hester at (803) 835-1159 or email@example.com.