Look for the ORANGE tags at the sale for Dragon boat items

Dragon Boat Charleston

PGF Paddlers

The PGF Paddlers raise money to support the efforts of Dragon Boat Charleston through the sales of items at Charleston Style Exchange.  Look for the orange price tag and know that ALL of the money raised from the sales of these items goes directly to this charitable organization.


 Since 2003, DBC has been enjoying the beautiful Ashley River and the ancient Chinese sport of dragon boating. 

DBC has been paddling hard since 2003 with the mission of promoting physical and mental wellness among cancer survivors and their community. DBC members can be seen almost any day of the week on the river, preparing for upcoming races, pushing themselves to physical limits or enjoying the sunset while on a paddling break. 

DBC participates in 5-6 races per year, has off-season programs like yoga and nutrition classes and numerous social and recreational gatherings throughout the year. Some call it a “floating support group,” some call it a family. Whatever it is…it’s fun! You’ve got to check it out! 

 

 Learn more about Dragon Boat on their website. 




















Charleston Style Exchange partners with local charities in various ways. If your charity is interested in learning how we can work together contact us .

ECCO is the beneficiary of any unsold items that Consignors choose to donate at the end of the sale weekend and all proceeds of VIP ticket sales. ECCO offers tax receipts to those consignors who donate to them through the sale.
Support ECCO while shopping at Charleston Style Exchange.  
Purchase a Charity Pre-Sale Ticket and get to shop before the public.  
Paying it forward never felt so good!

 Neighbors Helping Neighbors

East Cooper Community Outreach in Mt. Pleasant, SC 


Founded in 1989 as an emergency relief effort after the devastation from Hurricane Hugo, East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO) strives to  eliminate poverty in the East Cooper region by offering programs in three main areas: Basic Needs, Health Services and Empowerment.  More than 4,500 families a year receive emergency assistance for food, clothing, household furnishings, and financial aid, and have access to dental care,  medical care, prescription assistance, and educational opportunities like financial literacy classes, computer skills training,  job readiness  workshops, and counseling.   These services are all enhance through personal interaction with staff who provide individualized support for each client, ongoing case management, and emphasize accountability and achievement.​


Learn more about ECCO on theirwebsite.