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The Star Gospel Mission is Charleston’s oldest not-for-profit Christian welfare organization serving the homeless and needy in the community since 1904. We provide transitional housing for homeless men and respond to the needs of the community by offering food, clothing, rental assistance, utility assistance, emergency medical and transportation assistance.

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Newsletter 2018

On April 24, the Star Gospel Mission entered into its 115th year of service and ministry to homeless men providing them with an opportunity to make positive, life-changing decisions and to reside in a good, safe, clean and peaceful Christian environment within the City of Charleston…

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Newsletter 2017

Ever since 1904, The Star Gospel Mission has opened its doors to homeless men, affording them an opportunity to improve their lot in life by making some positive, lifechanging decisions. Here at the Mission the men are given yet another chance at getting things right in their lives…

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Newsletter 2015

This year once again I want to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to so many of you who have made such generous contributions to the work and ministry of the Star Gospel Mission. Thank you! If you have not yet had the opportunity to make your 2015 gift to the Mission, we’ve enclosed an envelope for you to do so.

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Newsletter 2013

On May 23 Mayor Joe Riley was the featured speaker at the dedication of our newly renovated transitional housing property located directly be hind the Mission on Nassau Street. This house was dedi-cated in honor of Dr. Guy Beatty and Dr. George Spaulding, two strong sup-porters of the Mission.

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Newsletter 2012

This year, we have embarked upon a highly ambitious undertaking. We are currently in the process of renovating a Charleston single house we purchased last year, which is located directly behind the Mission at 89 Nassau Street. We anticipate the completion of that project in the spring of 2013…

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Newsletter 2011

The Board of Director’s is very excited to announce the purchase of an abandoned home on Nassau Street, a property located directly behind the Mission complex. Star Gospel currently owns one home on Nassau Street which is also located directly alongside Mission property…

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Newsletter 2010

Judy Lochner lives in Sum-merville, SC and she loves to bake. However, her husband, Vaughn, though fond of desserts, is ever mindful of his weight. One day Judy came by the Mission with a plate of cookies and asked if the men might enjoy them…

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Newsletter 2009

The Star Gospel Mission is now entering into its 106th year of operation, predating all other Christian welfare organizations in the Port City. For over a century it has been a landmark beacon to men who, for a myriad of reasons, find themselves without a place they can call home…

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Newsletter 2008

On September 2, 2001, Willie Campbell came to the Star Gospel Mission upon release from serving 5 years at Lieber Correctional Institution. Wil-lie was in his mid-50’s when he arrived and had already served over half his lifetime behind bars…

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Newsletter 2007

It’s been nearly a year since Doug Donehue left us. His family surely misses him, and so does a legion of friends. His was a life of soaring spirit and an ener-gized heart. He was gener-ous, loyal, compassionate – and genuine…

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