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  • You Move Men Home

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    With the end of the year quickly approaching, we are calling on you, our invested community members, to help us raise $100,000 to move 50 men home by December 31st

    It is only with your generous gifts that men have the supports they need to help end their experience with homelessness. You provide these men with bus passes to get to and from work, three square meals a day, a safe place to sleep, and access to professional case managers.  And that’s just the start. Consider a former guest – Roy – and his comments to us. 

    I want to help people that are unfortunate and going through tough situations such as drug and alcohol [addictions] and other life situations. 

    I was homeless and a resident at Men’s Shelter of Charlotte. Being in the shelter and getting help from great resources – helped to save my life.  I truly thank and appreciate what the shelter did for me because it was a blessing.  

    Sharing my story will hopefully help and inspire others in the shelter and in the world to let them know that Men’s Shelter of Charlotte gave me a new outlet in my life. It also helped me to save my life –by helping me from giving up on my life.

    You can make a difference today! Join our push to $100,000 and help a man move home. Thank you.

    Already made your gift? Thank you so much! We encourage you to share with your friends and follow the #pushto$100,000 on Facebook and twitter.

  • Morgan’s Shoes Fits 200 Men for New Shoes

    Shoe Give away and fittingHundreds of men received new shoes thanks to a generous donation from a local business.  

    Morgan’s Shoes and Bootery in Gastonia distributed dozens of works boots and casual shoes to men who live at the Tryon and Statesville Avenue shelters.

    The owner, Doug Morgan and seven of his associates fitted the men.  They were then able to choose from several styles in their size and also received a new pair of socks. 

    Morgan placed a special order for the shoes.   He made sure to get quality boots that will keep their feet warm all winter.  “It’s not leftovers.  You want to give a gift worth giving,” Morgan said. 

    One man who is searching for a job said the gift gave him encouragement to keep looking and to keep his head up.  

    Morgan fitting man for shoes“God has blessed us beyond belief.  We are just a conduit – he uses us to pass it on and bless others,” Morgan said. 

    It’s the fourth year for the shoe giveaway and Morgan plans to continue the tradition next year.


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The Shelter has given me hope and wisdom and I do not ever have to use drugs again.

- Bryant W.