Charlotte Rescue Mission building new shelter
The nonprofit serves 500 people a year at its 140-bed long-term residential recovery program for men, and 23 women a year at its 12-bed shelter, and will have 120 beds at its new women’s shelter, including 30 for residents’ children.
Campus taking shape for women in crisis
The Charlotte Rescue Mission and United Family Services are working together to develop an 11-acre campus that will house separate facilities for each group.
Agencies partner in building facilities
Charlotte Rescue Mission and United Family Services are looking for ways to lower costs by teaming up to address common needs in developing separate residential facilities on the same site.
Belk Foundation funds addiction recovery
A $100,000 grant to the Charlotte Rescue Mission will fund expansion of the group’s residential addiction-recovery program for women.
Nonprofits rally sector to serve
Leaders representing tens of thousands of nonprofits are calling for the sector to partner with government, business and the faith community to revitalize the ‘citizen sector’ during the economic crisis.