In addition to time, Destiny Community Café is grateful for donations of both monetary and services/materials.

If you wish to make a fully tax-deductible donation, you may do so.

Destiny Community Café is a non-profit incorporated in Charleston, SC as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.

Please be sure to indicate “Destiny Community Café, North Charleston, SC.” on your check.

Thank you for your support!

Other ways you can help:
We have a few immediate needs and some secondary needs:

Immediate Needs:
Convection Oven
Stove Top Removable Grill
Vitamix Blender
Mobile food trailer or van

Secondary Needs:
1: Reach-In Or Chest Freezer
1: Reach-In Refrigerator
Ladles, Whips, Whisks, Tongs and Spatulas
Mixing Bowls
Cutting Boards
Pots, Pans and Skillets
Lexan Storage Containers
Kitchen Cutlery and Butcher Knives
Oven Mitts
Iron Black Patio Tables and Chairs
Shelving for Retail Sale Items
Clear Plastic Storage Bins

If you wish to make a fully tax-deductible donation, contact Ragina Saunders at
Make Checks Payable to: Destiny Community Cafe
Address: 5060 Dorchester Rd Suite 320, North Charleston SC 29418
Messaging Service: 1.888.415.2224 ext 2

Destiny Cafe goal is to make sure that everybody has access to healthy affordable food. There have also been several instances of volunteers getting valuable experience with the cafe and then moving on to find work in the food service industry. The cafe doesn’t just provide healthy meals, they also provide job training. It’s one more way that Destiny gives back to the community.

Food Drive:

Non perishables: Nothing not USDA certified.

Any Organic can goods or seasonings Dry beans Dry or Jarred Seasonings: Garlic, Ginger, Cumin, Curry, Kosher Salt, parsley, ect… Olive Oil, Vegan Mayo

Dry Pasta: Ziti, Tricolor, Gluten free pasta

Rice, Quinoa, Orzo

Jarred Fruit – Pickled Veggies

Perishables are Only Accepted: only if pick up/transport arranged with us & must come directly from grocery store, hotel, restaurant, or farmers market. Only then we can take non perishables such as… meats, dairy, fresh/frozen veggies.


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