A Myrtle Beach nonprofit called "Not One More," has until the end of the year to collect 20,000 gently used bras to donate to poverty-stricken women across the world.
"Not One More" aids domestic violence victims and fights for woman's rights.
Organizers say the bras will help women in third world countries, including those who have had to undergo a mastectomy.
"Women in a lot of countries have to make a choice between whether I feed my children, or I buy a bra. So you feed your children and you do without yourself," said Linda Snelling, president and founder of Not One More.
All types of bras and sizes are accepted.
Donors are encouraged to give a dollar with the bra being donated to help ship the bras.
Drop off locations include the Little Treasures located at 325 Main Street in Conway, or at the Clinique counter in Belk.
For more information call 843-602-2273 or 843-421-0597.