07 November 2014


Bunks at One80Place, Charleston, S.C
Formerly known at Crisis Ministries our homeless shelter moved into it's new space and expanded it's services. They held an open house this morning and I started there before heading to work. I am so glad I did. What an impressive operation. I am so proud of Charleston and the board and staff for pulling this off. Many of my regular readers helped as well, after I shared the need for the white sheets featured in the photo above. So many people bought, delivered and mailed in sheets they had new sheets for every bunk.

The photos below include Brad Cashman who is the Director of Community Involvement and has opportunities for anyone interested in helping out and the girls from Keys for Hope.


Thirty years ago we opened our doors as a basic shelter and soup kitchen. Today we operate shelters in Charleston and Summerville, and provide everything from health services and counseling to legal assistance and job training for homeless individuals, Veterans and families.
We feel the new name – One-Eighty Place – better represents all that we do to help people turn their lives around and begin again.
Keys for Hope


Anonymous said...

Well done!

Birdman said...

Such special places, such special people...

William Kendall said...

A very worthy cause!

Catalyst said...

Looks like a nice place.