Meet our new Program Director Suzanne Young, who comes to Neighbors Together with a deep background in human services.

Fields to Families is a wonderful partner dedicated to bringing fresh farm produce to our Neighbors.

Since 1983 we have brought Dignity and Hope to the Lowcountry. Our mission continues under a brand new name: Neighbors Together.

URGENT: We are in need of canned goods immediately. Our food pantry shelves are nearly empty.

Women’s Health Day

Join us as we celebrate women on October 9th from 10am – Noon at Tricounty Family Ministries. Honor a woman in your life by donating one of these items, which we will be giving to women in need at our event (Please make donations by September 30th):

  • Women’s multi-vitamins
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo
  • Body wash
  • Body lotion
  • Hand cream
  • Loofas & mesh bath poufs
  • Cards with positive affirmations

Bring donations to Neighbors Together, located at 2105 Cosgrove Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405

Neighbors Together sent our kids back to school in style! The organization’s drive-through Back to School event on Saturday, August 14th was a huge success. “Today was incredible, to see so many neighbors coming together to help one another,” said Neighbors Together Executive Director Rev. Kara Stewart. “We heard so many people’s stories of how they’re struggling and what it meant to come here and get some encouragement and receive some supplies.”

Children and their families were greeted with food, fun (including ice cream) and the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccine (thank you DHEC)! All of this was made possible thanks to donations to Neighbors Together and volunteers.


243 Children Received School Supplies (Pencil box, crayons, glue, erasers, index cards, scissors)

104 Families Served

18 COVID Vaccines Distributed

We are always so thankful when our media partners reach out to share our story and mission with the public.  Here’s a look at recent headlines covering Neighbors Together.

Three days a week — rain, shine or even during a pandemic, the people who rely on the services of Neighbors Together can count on seeing Louise Carpenter’s smiling face.