Save The Date- 2018 Daniel Island Spring Red Balloon Yard Sale
The Red Balloon Yard Sale is a semi-annual yard sale held twice a year. While the Daniel Island CC&R’s prohibit these types of sales conducted from a residence/unit at other times during the year, the Covenants do allow for these yard sales to take place twice a year, once in the Fall and again in the Spring.
On Saturday, March 3rd from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm, mark your house with a red balloon to let everyone know you are participating in this Island wide event.
If you would like your house to be added to our Daniel Island Spring 2018 Red Balloon Yard Sale Map, please come in to the Daniel Island POA office located at 130 River Landing Drive, Suite 1-C. There is a $5 fee of exact cash or check made payable to DITA, to be added to the map. Promotion of this map will be featured in our POA newsletter and in the Post and Courier.
For those of you who aren’t able to sell all of your items and would like to donate them… the Daniel Island POA is partnering with Low Country Orphan Relief (LCOR) for this years Spring Red Balloon Yard Sale. LCOR will accept unsold items that you may wish to donate to them. They will have their truck parked on Seven Farms Drive underneath the 526 Bridge and near the Family Circle Tennis Center frontage road for donations from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm on Saturday. March 3rd.
LCOR accepts gently used clothes, coats, shoes, stuffed animals and books, new underwear, socks, school supplies and toiletries. They are always very much in need of khaki pants for school uniforms and shoes. Please help support this wonderful organization with your donations. Below is information on LCOR and it’s services and mission statement. For complete information visit their website at http://lowcountryorphanrelief.org/
Lowcountry Orphan Relief, Inc.
We work directly with other non-profits, schools, foster parents, and government agencies to identify the individual needs of these and other children in severe situations. We intervene at critical junctures in the lives of these children, with products and services that provide a strong, positive impact. Since 2006, we have clothed over 22,000 children in the Tri-County area.
LOR uses more than 76% of all income given to them to provide for the children’s needs. Presently, community volunteers at our Distribution Center are collecting and shelving donations and filling orders for each child from area shelters, foster care and those removed from the custody of their parents. They receive clothing, toiletries, books and school supplies within 48 hours.
LOR has also built libraries at emergency shelters and group homes in the tri-county area and, in addition, conducts two events per year in order that the children may get out of the shelters and enjoy new surroundings.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Lowcountry Orphan Relief is to provide support services and aid to meet the needs of Lowcountry children identified as at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse and/or neglect.
Our Vision Statement
The vision of Lowcountry Orphan Relief is that no child should be without the basic necessities in life, regardless of their life circumstances.
Our Belief Statement
We believe that all children have the intrinsic value and deserve to be nurtured, loved and protected. They are entitled to have caring adults who help them develop to their full potential.
Together we have an opportunity to contribute to our children’s future, be part of an enduring effort that promotes safety and the well being of our children, providing them with the necessities of life and welcoming, safe environment.