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Live on the Levee supports the following charities

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Covenant House of West Virginia

Covenant House of West Virginia is dedicated to working for justice by offering direct services for people in need while creating social change through advocacy and education. Visit them at wvcovenanthouse.org


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Religious Coalition for Community Renewal

The Religious Coalition for Community Renewal, established in 1987, is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization in Charleston, West Virginia. The RCCR is a membership organization with over 30 religious interfaith congregations making up its membership. The RCCR is supported by an all volunteer board, and receives its funding from its members, individuals, businesses, state, local and federal government, foundations, and trusts.  Visit them at rccr.org


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YWCA of Charleston

Through our programs, facilities and services, we assist more than 10,000 individuals each year in the Greater Kanawha Valley. We provide shelter, case management, counseling, education, job training and childcare all while fostering independence in all our clients. By eliminating racism and empowering women, the YWCA is creating peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people. Visit them at ywcacharleston.org


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DAYMARK of Charleston

DAYMARK has been serving youth and families within the Greater Kanawha Valley and all of West Virginia. DAYMARK was founded in 1974 by the Junior League, the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston, and the Kanawha County Commission. Although the agency has grown, its original mission has stayed the same: to advocate and provide services for at-risk youth and their families in the community. Visit them at daymark.org


 

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ROARK – SULLIVAN

In the winter of 1981, a group of concerned Charleston citizens decided to open a shelter for the homeless population of the Kanawha Valley. This movement was started due to the fact that many individuals living outside were freezing to death. These citizens used any building they could find that would keep people warm and dry; for example the Holley Hotel and the old Kanawha Valley Hospital building. Finally in 1983, the Charleston Men’s Emergency Shelter moved into a fire station on Florida Street and sought to help any man in need of shelter. From this, they eventually grew and expanded the type of services needed by the men seeking services. Visit them at rslwc.org