Coastal Shag Club Cares!!!
We are proud to announce our club is able to make a number of donations to local and national charities. Thank you all for being so generous - with your help, we can do even more each year!!
Brunswick County Food Bank - Coastal Shag Club collected and delivered a large donation of non-perishable goods and cash - August 2008, November 2009, December 2009.
Brunswick Family Assistance - Coastal Shag Club collected and delivered a large donation of cash and non-perishable goods for BFA to distribute to families in need, over the holidays - December 2008.
Shallotte Moose Lodge 710 - Coastal Shag Club donated money to the Moose, Ralph Finnegan, Governor of the Shallotte Moose Lodge 710 for the lodge to continue their good works in our local community - December 2008, December 2009.
Foster Care Children of Brunswick County - Coastal Shag Club donated money and gift cards to Kathy Jo Battles, Director of the Foster Care Children of Brunswick County. This donation will assist in the purchase of basic necessities needed by children entering foster care - December 2008, December 2009.
Moosehart Child City & School, Inc. - Coastal Shag Club donated money to Ralph Finnegan, Governor of the Shallotte Moose Lodge 710 for the organization. This donation will assist in the purchase of necessities needed by the children of Child City, which is a home for children and teens in need - December 2008, December 2009.
NC Azalea Festival Shag Contest - The Coastal Shag Club sponsored this annual event where our President won first place in the club/social division of the contest, April 2009
North Myrtle Beach Fire Victims Fund - During the 2009 Spring Safari, the North Myrtle Beach fires broke out. CSC won 2nd place for Best Shag Troop which included a trophy and check. Our treasurer started the trend to donate our winnings to the fire victims, April 2009
Habitat for Humanity Raise the Roof - http://www.sloaneroofraiser.com/ - Coastal Shag Club donated money to the fund raiser. Habitat is founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent, affordable place to live in dignity and safety. All who desire to be a part of this work are welcome, regardless of religious preference or background. Habitat was founded to assist those who want to help themselves. June 2008 & June 2009
Special Olympics - http://www.specialolympics.org/ - Coastal Shag Club donated money to the organization. Dignity, acceptance, and a chance to reach one’s potential – these are human rights worth promoting for everyone. Since 1968, Special Olympics has been bringing one message to the world: people with intellectual disabilities can and will succeed if given the opportunity. July 2009
Capital Hospice - Coastal Shag Club donated money to the Northern Virginia Shag Club fundraiser for their local Hospice, known as Capital Hospice. July 2009
Give 2 the Troops - www.give2thetroops.org - Coastal Shag Club collected donations for three months and shipped them to our troops. August 2009
Hospice - Sadly Coastal Shag Club had a member pass away, as she lost her battle with cancer. CSC donated money in the name of our club member and friend, Pat Rismiller. September 2009
Moose Club Golf Tournament - Coastal Shag Club sponsored the Moose Club golf tournament, which supports their charity efforts.
Operation Uplink - www.operationuplink.org Coastal Shag Club donated money to the S.O.B.S. & VFW charity benefit, which provides phone cards to military families, so that they can keep in touch while they're apart. October 2009
Comfort Socks - Coastal Shag Club donated packages of white socks for homeless veterans and local shelters. December 2009
Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc - Coastal Shag Club held a golf tournament and donated money to support the Brunswick Senior Resources Inc, which offers health services, meals on wheels, among other services and to our local seniors in need. December 2009
Lower Cape Fear Hospice - Coastal Shag Club is donated money to the Lower Cape Fear Hospice. Hospice is a benefit that offers healthcare, assistance, and education to support patients and their families facing the challenges of a life-limiting illness. It is individualized care that offers compassion, dignity, comfort, respect, and someone to call for assistance - day and night. January 2010