Sharing House is a source of compassion and crisis assistance for our low-income
neighbors in Transylvania County, where we offer food and fresh produce, gently-
used clothes, rent and utility assistance, household goods, camping equipment, hot
showers, a safe place to share stories of struggle and a refuge of social interaction.
They also empower people who seek paths to self-reliance, through special programs
such as “Wheels to Work” and the Bridges Out of Poverty mentoring class called
Sharing House is a collaborative ministry of the faith community, local and regional businesses, civic and educational organizations, non-profits, and committed community members from all walks of life. Its ministry is a critical part of the community’s effort to end hunger, poverty, and inequality in Transylvania County. Fundamental to its mission is the provision of instrumental support to individuals who are unable to secure the basic human needs necessary for health, security, and success. Sharing House utilizes 130 weekly volunteers to operate its daily services to over 300 families.
Learn More: http://www.sharinghouse.org/