Charlotte County Homeless Coalition, Inc.

The Charlotte County Homeless Coalition, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization incorporated in June 1989. The Coalition's direct services include our Emergency Shelter, housing up to 52 individuals and children, generally for up to 30 days, allowing our Case Managers to assist with finding stable, affordable housing. The Emergency Shelter reserves 20 beds for homeless Veterans, referred to us from neighboring counties. Our Hunger Prevention Programs include a Hot Meals Program, open 365 days per year, serving a nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks to more than 280 people every day. Last year we served more than 88.900 hot meals to our Shelter clients and our community. Our Food Pantry is open once a week, providing a three-day supply of food and toiletries to families in need. Our Bridges Out of Poverty Program offers classes and group training to equip clients with the knowledge and tools needed to help them move out of poverty and make responsible financial decisions that will help ensure they stay housed following services.

Mary Allman-Koernig

1476 Kenesaw Street
Port Charlotte, FL 33948

What we need most

The Homeless Coalition can make the best use of donations of pasta, breakfast cereal, and children's healthy snack items. However, we always have need for vegetables, rice, beans, energy bars, and fresh milk and produce.

Charlotte County Homeless Coalition, Inc. is a non-profit organization.

Get involved today by enrolling your shelter.