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Missions: Housing

Family Promise

Family Promise is a local non-profit organization that provides meals, shelter, support services, and life skills training for homeless parents and children.

Clients are currently utilizing housing at Fresh Start Shelters and currently, churches will not host families in order to protect all. Family Promise will not be able to accept new families at this time. The Family Promise office is open and staffed for donations at this time.

Current needs include: cleaning products, size 5 diapers, grocery store gift cards, laundry detergent, body wash, pillows, all-purpose cleaners, bathroom cleaners, mops, brooms, bleach, twin sheet sets, queen sheets sets, over the counter medications, and trash bags (large and small). Please call 803-329-2456 to deliver a donation.

Questions? Click here to connect with a team member.

Click here for more information about Family Promise of York County.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a faith-based home builder with the goal of providing safe, affordable housing to partner families. Families qualify based on 1) need, 2) ability to repay a zero-interest mortgage for the cost of materials for their home and 3) willingness to partner with Habitat by working on their own home, homes for others, and attending classes on homeownership. Unity participates in two workdays each year, providing both financial support and labor.

Questions? Contact Steve Hardy for more information.

For more information about Habit of Humanity of York County, click here.

Pilgrim’s Inn

Pilgrims’ Inn is a multi-dimensional service agency in York County, South Carolina. Our hope is to assist clients who are homeless or at risk of homelessness reach their goals of independence and financial stability. With a wonderful staff and many devoted volunteers, Pilgrims’ Inn is able to provide a shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness, transitional housing apartments, emergency assistance, a low cost child care facility, and a job readiness training program. Pilgrims’ Inn operates as a 501(c)3 agency and we are most fortunate to have ongoing support from our community.

Pilgrims’ Inn helps the community through our 5 main programs: Dorothy Bing Inn Shelter and Tricia’s Court Apartments providing temporary and transitional housing solutions, Emergency Assistance providing food and information for supportive community resources, Open Arms Child Support Center providing childcare for pre-school aged children, and C.I.T.E.E. (Creating Independence Through Education and Employment) job readiness activities for our clients..

By the Numbers …

While we realize numbers can never tell the whole story, they are an important tool in measuring our effectiveness. In the first four months of 2022:

  • Our Food Pantry collected 33,675 pounds of food
  • Volunteers have served over 1,000 hours
  • The Food Pantry served 1,892 clients, including 571 children & 324 seniors
  • Our Shelter served 42 clients, including 16 children
  • 54 clients participated in our CITEE Program
  • Open Arms Child Development Center has 21 children currently enrolled serving 18 families

Contact Information:
Dan Rogers: rogersd@comporium.net or 864.245.3122

Links: http://pilgrimsinn.org