'Tis the season for giving, and we’re counting on Limestone Nation to make Christmas just a little bit brighter for many local children.
Limestone University’s Criminal Justice Club is sponsoring a Christmas Toy Drive that gets underway November 17 and continues through December 8. This year’s Toy Drive is replacing the Criminal Justice Club’s usual Angel Tree event.
The club is partnering with the Cherokee Spartanburg, and Union chapter of Project R.E.S.T. to provide toys for young survivors of domestic abuse, ages infant through 16.
Donations can be dropped off in the designated box near the Christmas tree in the lobby of the Curtis Building. All gifts should be new and unwrapped.
For more information, email email@example.com.
Project R.E.S.T is a non-profit organization that works to Restore, Empower, Support and Transform those affected by domestic and sexual violence. The organization’s first goal is safety, but it also recognizes that it is important to move beyond safety to truly achieve the transformation sought for its clients and our community. Project R.E.S.T. provides shelter for victims in need, offers support to those who have experienced rape, and develops and implements programs to assist all in living lives free from abuse. For more information, visit www.projectrest.org.