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The Food Bank

  • The food bank exists to offer basic necessities to our neighbors. We offer a variety of fresh and non-perishable food items, clothing, toiletries, and showers.
  • Thanks to our donors we offer a variety of foods such as fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, canned goods, pastries and other non-perishables.
  • We intermittently have representatives from local non-profits and agencies to assist in signing our guests up for government services such as Food Stamps and voter registration.
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The Food Bank is open every Wednesday from 10am – 11am.

The Clothes Closet is open every Wednesday from 10am – 11am.

Clothes Closet

  • Our Clothes Closet offers a variety of donated and lightly used clothing items

  • Sizes and types of clothes vary based upon donations

  • Guests to the Food Bank & Clothes Closet are invited to select one to two outfits as needed

  • In addition to the clothes closet and food bank, we offer showers and toiletries as well

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The Warming Shelter

  • The Winter Warming Shelter provides a safe, warm place to sleep to the homeless and under-housed in the North Charleston area

  • We welcome all men, women, and children in need of shelter provided they are not a harm to themselves or others. Upon arrival guests are provided with a hot meal, a warm shower, clean clothes, toiletries, an optional devotional, and a safe place to sleep. In the morning guests are provided breakfast and are given a bag lunch to go.

  • During our operating season, the Winter Warming Shelter opens when temperatures are forecast to be 35 degrees or below, or during inclement weather. Our Shelter leadership team makes the ‘call’ to open 48 hours in advance and shares the opening decision with local news media, homeless services, municipalities, police departments, and on Facebook

  • Through a partnership with CARTA, guests can travel free of charge when they request transit to the Winter Warming Shelter

  • The Winter Warming Shelter screens all persons and bags upon entry for weapons. We collect any weapons (knives, box cutters, tools, etc.) for overnight storage and check items back to our guests in the morning. Firearms, alcohol, and all illegal substances are strictly prohibited on church property. Pets are not permitted in the Shelter.

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***The 2021 Winter Warming Shelter season ran from January 1st to February 28th, 2021. We are currently closed. However, read below to learn about our new expansion initiative called “Envision!”

Other Services

  • On Mondays, starting at 11am, our soup kitchen opens up until supplies run out

  • Holy City Missions is grateful to offer basic services to assist with replacing a license, social security card, birth certificate, as well as providing other advice.  Pro-bono legal advice is available every Monday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

  • We want to help you sharpen your computer skills to help you become more competitive in the job market.  Our new computer lab offers classes on basic computer skills, the Office suite, and computer programming.  Skills taught vary by class.  Classes will start after September 1st

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THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

None of this would be possible without you. Together we can help make a difference for generations to come.

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