Charleston Raises $15,000 for Homeless Students | Vehicle Remarketing

Charleston Auto Auction, an XLerate Group Auction, raised $15,000 with its partnered dealers for the Stall High School H.O.M.E. project, making a donation for every vehicle bought and sold from May 6 to 27.Stall High School currently has 21 homeless students, and the Stall High School H.O.M.E. project grew from a need to find housing for the students.

“Charleston Auto Auction and their customers are dedicated to helping those in need, in the local area. The employees at Charleston Auto Auction and participating dealers truly care about our students who are homeless,” said Kim Wilson, the high school’s principal. Stall High School is located in North Charleston, S.C.

“While we are excited to present this deserving project with a $15,000 check, we know that they will need continued help even after purchasing a home,” said Laura Taylor, general manager of Charleston Auto Auction.

Source: Charleston Raises $15,000 for Homeless Students – Vehicle Remarketing

About Project Home Foundation

Project Home Foundation exists to provide structured and nurturing home environments for displaced male students ages 17 to 21 and facilitate their success in learning and life. Mickey’s House – the first result of this initiative, exists to provide a safe home for male students.

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