#SummerShareCLT – Give need a vacation and shop for good. 

Jul 5, 2017 | News

Need in Charlotte doesn’t get a vacation. That’s what SummerSHARE is all about. This two-week event, which starts July 10 and lasts until July 21, will inspire our community to give much-needed products that we need RIGHT NOW.

We are collaborating with a bunch of other local nonprofits to make SummerSHARE a success and we want you to be a part of it! Here’s how:

  • Go shopping on our wish list — Help us send need on a vacation this summer by donating much needed items for our kids, horses, and farm. Items come straight to us!
  • Forward this message to others and use: #summershareCLT in your social media posts to show others how they can be a part of this community-wide giving campaign.

SummerSHARE won’t last forever. It’s only here for two weeks, and then just like a sweet tea on a hot Sunday afternoon – it will be gone. We are grateful for, and honored by, your support of our work!

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