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Bike Share Program Makes News

Thanks to a very generous donor, One80 Place has a new bike share program. The program is allowing guests of One80 Place an additional and cost-effective mode of transportation....

Annual Report 2015

Our donors made a huge difference. See how. Download the report today!...

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Our Fall 2015 Newsletter is now online. In this issue, you can learn about how One80 Place is helping homeless families build better lives in safe, stable homes of their own. You'll also learn about some of the hardworking team members that work behind the...

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Our Spring 2015 newsletter is now available online, and this issue is mostly about Veteran homelessness. Read more about two Veterans recently helped by One80 Place and their 180 degree transformations. Learn the latest information on Veteran homelessness, and how you can be involved to...

Tent Communities – FAQs

  One80 Place has received numerous questions following the news articles about area tent communities being disbanded on Monday and Tuesday, March 16 and 17, 2015. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. Click here for a printable copy 1. Who sent the notice to the...

Soul Food in Charleston Magazine

  The Food Rescue Truck has one mission: collect enough fare from area businesses to feed homeless locals at One80 Place seven days a week. Read more about our Food Rescue Program in Charleston Magazine! Each year we collect nearly 500,000 pounds of perishable and nonperishable...

Help One80 Place this Holiday Season

  The giving season is upon us and we're getting lots of calls from people wanting to help! At One80 Place, we provide shelter and supportive services to more than 1,600 people every year. The need is great, and continues throughout the year. 1. Make a Financial...

Hope for the Holidays

  Check out the article in the Nov. 23 Post & Courier, written by Jennifer Berry Hawes about a few of the guests currently staying at One80 Place. The article details the struggles and hopes of three current guests and how they are finding hope at One80...

One80 Place celebrates 30 years ending homelessness

  Thirty years ago it was an unusually cold winter in Charleston, and community leaders noticed an increase in the number of people seeking shelter in public buildings. Business, civic, religious and political leaders came together to create an organization that would help people struggling with...

One80 Place trains homeless residents for restaurant work

  Check out One80 Place as the lead story in the Food section of the Post and Courier, Nov. 19, 2014. "One80 Place trains homeless residents for restaurant work," written by Hanna Raskin, details our culinary training program and our efforts to help our homeless guests find...