LOCC is very appreciative of the volunteer time and support that you each provide.  We welcome donations in the form of direct purchase of supplies for different projects, in-kind services or underwriting of t-shirts and volunteer supplies for this special day. If inclined to help in one of these ways, please let us know how you would like to participate and we will coordinate with our project leaders on how best to make your donation convenient for you.  Unfortunately, Shoreline Community Church is unable to facilitate checks made out to the church directly, but we are grateful for your support for the projects and direct purchase of supplies for this special day of service.

We also welcome individual donations from participants in the Love Our Central Coast serve day that help underwrite the cost of t-shirts that will be distributed to volunteers for our day of service. For participants in the LOCC day of service, T-shirts may be picked up at partner church locations on Sunday, August 20, 2017.  The cost of each shirt is $7, and for those able to contribute to the cost of the shirt, donations will be received on this day when you pick up your t-shirt.  A limited number of t-shirts will also be available on August 26 at Shoreline Community Church and Vineyard Church at the kickoff sites for those unable to pick up their shirts on August 20.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and support.  

If you have any questions regarding our donation policy or if you are interested in helping underwrite project costs through direct donation or purchase of supplies, please feel free to contact us via email at loveourcentralcoast@shorelinechurch.org or at (831) 655-0100 and speak with Pastor John Houseman.



A special thanks to our gracious t-shirt vendors, both of whom have graciously priced their merchandise at a very low cost as well as donated free merchandise in order to help contribute back to LOCC.  Thank you to both companies and their partnership.  SeeD APPAREL is a socially responsible enterprise based in Haiti and employs local labor at approximately twice the minimum wage of the country!