CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A coin drive and artisan pop-up shop at Darling Boutique is helping International Neighbors Charlottesville give back to refugees in the area.

Inside the boutique, a jar has been set up for a Change for Change quarter drive. The donated change will help refugee neighbors access laundry services during the national coin shortage.

Carrie Cheatham from Snail Mail is also giving a portion of her hand-painted greeting card sales to International Neighbors Charlottesville.

Kari Miller, executive director and founder of International Neighbors, says the donated proceeds will go a long way to help refugee families stay connected during a time of distance.

"Even before COVID, this is a population that experiences a lot of isolation," said Miller. "Just this partnership with Snail Mail and Change for Change allows these 600 people that we are currently with to really feel like they're not forgotten and we are connected."

Snail Mail has been donating portions of its proceeds to International Neighbors since April. The total donation from these proceeds will be given to the organization in October.

At least 20 businesses are hosting the Change for Change collection cans.