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Suburban Propane, based in Summerville, is partnering with Tanger Outlets and the Charleston RiverDogs to put together clothing kits for Lowcountry Orphan Relief, a nonprofit that provides support services and help to Lowcountry children who are at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse or neglect.

Representatives from each organization, and Charlie T. Riverdog himself met Monday morning at Joe Riley Park to prepare and bag the kits for distribution.

Thee program is part of the propane company’s initiative designed to assist in community efforts across the country and coincides with other, similar initiatives to support kids and their basic needs in some of the most affected regions in the U.S.

Some of the items included in the kits are uniform apparel, T-shirts, leggings, socks, shoes, face masks and plush toys.

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