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Coastal Carolina University to collect supplies for University of Louisiana-Lafayette flood victims

CCU accepts donations for University of Louisiana-Lafayette flood victims (Source: CCU's Facebook page) CCU accepts donations for University of Louisiana-Lafayette flood victims (Source: CCU's Facebook page)

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – Coastal Carolina University’s Department of Athletics is holding a Flood Relief Drive at the Arcadia Hall located at 132 Chanticleer Dr. West until September 10 for those affected by the recent flooding in Louisiana, according to CCU’s media release.

Community members are encouraged to donate cleaning supplies and toiletries.

Clothes and furniture will not be accepted, the release states.

Individuals who are interested in donating can also bring supplies to any CCU home athletic event prior to September 10.

Preferred donations include:

Cleaning supplies

BucketsBleach Cleaning Solutions/Detergents

`Shockwave' for mold

Mops

Brooms

Paper Towels

Large Garbage Bags

Rubber Gloves

Masks

Scrub

Brushes

Scouring Pads

Sponges

Air Freshener

Toiletries

Toothbrushes

Toothpaste

Hand Sanitizer (Travel Size)

Shampoo & Conditioner

First Aid Supplies

Paper Towels

Cloth Towels (wash cloths, bath towels, hand towels etc.)

Bar Soap

Hand Soap

Pull-up disposable adult diapers

Feminine Hygiene Supplies (napkins, tampons)

Disposable Razors & Shaving Cream

Miscellaneous

Bottled Water

Nonperishable food items

School Supplies

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