Awareness / Community / Lifestyle

Give Moore Book & Toy Drive

I love learning about different organizations and businesses. I found about out this one business by chance. I’m sure you all have heard that things happen for a reason and people enter your life for different seasons. I met the Founder and Director of Loose L.E.A.F. Learning Center Whitney Woodberry while working at a local non-profit. I had no idea that we would form such a close bond. She truly became one of my new friends. Her learning center officially became another project of mine. I enjoy writing, painting, lending an ear or hand. I just wanted to take the time to share with you all about their recent book and toy drive.
This past week, the organization launched its Give Moore Book and Toy Drive in lieu of the tornadoes in Oklahoma. There were schools and homes destroyed after the tornadoes. Therefore, the learning center decided to sponsor the drive to put toys and books back into the hands of the Oklahoma children affected by the storm especially with summer approaching.
The book and toy drive will end on June 29. The organization is requesting gently used toys and books donations. Another option to give is to purchase a toy, book, and games via Whitney Woodberry’s Discovery Toys at the Loose L.E.A.F. Learning Center. Individuals will receive 10 percent off their purchase and the items will go towards the cause.
“Oklahoma was hit really hard,” Woodberry said. This is an opportunity to give back and reach out to those children in need.
The drop off locations for the Give Moore Book and Toy Drive are at the Loose L.E.A.F. Learning Center’s location which is 236 Northpark Drive Suite 102, Rock Hill, S.C. and Williams & Fudge in Rock Hill, S.C. The staff of the Loose L.E.A.F. Learning Center is also able to pick up items donated by different organizations and groups.
Loose L.EA.F. Learning Center is focused on helping students with special learning needs through personalized instructional services for grades K-8. The special learning needs include ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, dyslexia, and others. The center operates year round from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, please visit the Web site at or e-mail Woodberry at
If you are able to give, I believe this would be a great opportunity to do so for the children of Moore, Okla.

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