Donations

SOUTH CAROLINA HARM REDUCTION COALITION

Donations

The South Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition is registered as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations may be tax-deductible in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Internal Revenue Service.

We are now accepting online donations via PayPal®! Simply click on the Donate button below if you would like to donate via this method.


We also accept checks made out to "South Carolina Harm Reduction Coaliton" and those can be mailed to our address at:

1050 Johnnie Dodds Blvd
PO Box 2484
Mount Pleasant S.C. 29464

Any donation of $25 or more is eligible for a free T-Shirt as our gift to you. If you would like a shirt, please include your size in the comment section after clicking the Donate button, or in the memo section of a check.

If you if have any questions regarding donations, please contact our Executive Director, Michael-Devereux Bertin at michael@southcarolinahrc.org. Thank you!

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