Carolina One employees and agents are the key to our fundraising and volunteer effort. Carolina One Cares is an initiative to care, support, love and lend a hand when and where it’s needed and their participation in The CBB over the last several years has been vital. Each office is encouraged to raise as much money as possible to reach our goal and sign up as many assembly and delivery volunteers as possible for assembly day. Additionally, Michael Scarafile and Carolina One cover ALL of our operating expenses every year (including our boxes!), so 100% of the money we raise goes to buy food.
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All of the food for the Basket Brigade is purchased from Lowcountry Grocers. Piggly Wiggly employees are a huge help in organizing and delivering all of the food to our staging site for the meal assembly. The company also provides a discount on food purchases as well the delivery of 4,000 meals on three 18 wheeler trucks! This would not be made possible without the coordination from Lynn Willard and Craig Kelly.
Check out Craig Kelley from Lowcountry Grocers talk to Temple Ricke from News 2 about our 2018 event…
Communities In Schools is an incredible non-profit organisation that provides multiple dropout prevention services and helps support basic needs of high risk students. This organisation has 7 main office staff members and 21 in-school employees working in 24 Charleston County and Berkeley County schools to serve over 11,800 students.
CIS employees and community partners provide the Basket Brigade with a list of families in need each year. They contact the families and let them know they will be receiving a meal. Additionally, many of the amazing CIS senior staff members volunteer their time to help with the mapping for the deliveries in the days before the event.
Momentum Marketing is a local advertising and public relations firm owned by Basket Brigade co-founder Pam Hartley. Momentum is the driving force behind the overall marketing for the Basket Brigade. They provide public relations, event planning, social media, brand development, community outreach and much more.
“Charleston Basket Brigade Hope To Feed 3500 Charleston Area Families This Thanksgiving” in The Daniel Island News
November 17, 2015
“The Charleston Basket Brigade, a local nonprofit that serves area families in need at Thanksgiving, has set a 2015 goal to raise enough money to feed 3,500 tri-county families (approximately 21,000 people) this Turkey Day” as seen in The Holy City Sinner
Daniel Island News feature: Island Resident Pam Hartley Receives $5,000 Charitable Donation For The Charleston Basket Brigade…
May 12, 2012
ABC News Channel 4 writes: The Basket Brigade Tees Off on Hunger: Local golfers teed up for 18 hole at Patriots Point Golf Links Saturday to benefit the Charleston Basket Brigade…
May 6, 2012
As seen in the Post and Courier Charleston Basket Brigade Golfun’ for a Great Cause, Patriots Point Links, $500 per team, visit eventbrite.com and search Armada…
May 2, 2012
As seen in the Moultrie News Community Happenings – Golfun’ For a Great Cause…Charleston Basket Brigade is a local organization where 100 percent of the money raised goes to feed hungry families at Thanksgiving. Last year they…
As seen on PRLog.com – Michelle Scarafile and Pam Hartley, co-founders of the Charleston Basket Brigade (CBB), announced today that the 2nd Annual Armada Real Estate and Lowcountry Business Network Charity Golf Tournament…
April 18, 2012
As seen in The Digitel Charleston – Join us for the 2nd Annual Armada Real Estate and Lowcountry Business Network Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 12…
April 18, 2012
Ellen Stebbins, co-founder of The Lowcountry Business Network, is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament with Armada Real Estate to raise money for the Charleston Basket Brigade.
As seen in 1888 Press Release – Charleston Basket Brigade In Home Stretch To Reach $75,000 Fundraising Goal To Feed 15,000 Local Residents In Need This Thanksgiving
Nov 14, 2011
As seen in Free Press Release – Charleston Basket Brigade Aims to Feed 2,500 Families With Concerned Citizens Help
Oct 18, 2011
As seen in the Moultrie News… Michelle Scarafile and Pam Hartley, co-founders of the Charleston Basket Brigade, announced the fourth annual Charleston Basket Brigade will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the North Charleston Coliseum
Oct 7, 2011
Sweet Angel Gifts has chosen The Charleston Basket Brigade as one of their designated charities. Click here to read about it and do a little shopping on November 10th to help us feed families in the Lowcountry!