Adopt a Classroom 2014

Charleston Hope

A note from the President:

To everyone who helped in the many different ways needed to make Adopt a Classroom successful... THANK YOU! We could not have done it without our sponsors, volunteers, or team! This year was a bit more of a challenge than the past few years as it has been the biggest year yet and we definitely could not have done it without our team! I am so excited to see where Charleston Hope goes over the next few years and thrilled to get all of you involved with our upcoming projects! I hope that you enjoyed your experience with Adopt a Classroom as much I did and I hope that you continue to partner with us not only at Christmas time but throughout the year in the different events and sponsorships we are working on! Thank you again!

Emily Hoisington

Charleston Hope President

The Facts:

At our annual wrapping night, we wrapped over 2,300 gifts in two hours and had over 220 volunteers.

We adopted 5 Title 1 Schools over 3 different days. The schools were:

Burns Elementary

Charleston Progressive Academy

Cainhoy Elementary and Middle School

Sanders Clyde Elementary and Middle School

Mitchell Elementary School

We had 215 volunteers help us deliver 2,500 gifts in 3 days. Our main volunteers came from:

Boeing South Carolina

The US Air Force Base

Charleston Day School

Northwood Academy

Our main 2014 Adopt a Classroom sponsors included:

The Citadel adopting 17 classrooms

Boeing South Carolina adopting 15 classrooms

Palmetto Primary Care adopting 10 classrooms

SeaCoast's College Ministry TheWell adopting 9 classrooms

Volk Physical Therapy- Financial Donation

Innovative Resource Management Company- Financial Donation


Jones Family

Raising Caines

Jimmy Johns

Adopt a Classroom and Charleston Hope was completely planned, organized, and led by over 15 College of Charleston students or individuals under the age of 23.

The Teams