Shelter for Women & Children Gets Up Grade Thanks to Community Members

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – On Giving Tuesday, one non profit showed off its newly renovated shelter, thanks to community members giving their time and money.

Pilgrims’ Inn in Rock Hill held an open house this week to invite people inside to check out its newly updated women and children shelter.

Each room was adopted out by a community member or business and renovated to make the atmosphere feel more like home.

So far this year, 49 women and children have been helped through the shelter and on average 400 people a month have been given food through the nonprofit’s food pantry.

For women and children who have no place to call home, those with Pilgrims’ Inn hope this space will be as close to home as possible.

Pilgrims’ Inn is asking for donations of toys and gifts for children and teens this holiday season. To learn more, just give their office a call. (803) 327-4227.

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