Join us at Two Blokes Brewing in Mount Pleasant on May 17!
$1 of every pint of beer purchased will go towards summer camp tuition for economically disadvantaged youth residing in our affordable housing communities. Grab a bite to eat from EL Pincho Taco food truck while you socialize with PURPOSE!
Humanities Foundation has begun construction on Keswick Apartments, the second phase of a $56 Million multi-family and senior development in Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia.
After helping from time to time over the last few years, leadership at The Church of the Holy Cross on Daniel Island decided they wanted to do more for their neighbors at 305 Seven Farms Drive.
This year, Humanities Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesdayto fundraise for Charleston families in need, and we need your help. This holiday season, give the gift of sponsoring a child in our Camp For Christmas Campaign.
Humanities Foundation has been awarded housing tax credits from the VHDA to build a 116 – unit apartment complex valued at more than $20 million. Keswick Apartments II will be the Foundation’s fifth development in the Fredericksburg, Virginia MSA.
Humanities Foundation receives a $5,000 grant award from The Employees Community Fund of Boeing South Carolina. We are most grateful for this support of our ShelterNet program.
The women profiled here have reached the top of the affordable housing industry driven not just by a job but by a deeply felt cause.
Keswick Senior Apartments: First of Three Phases
Humanities Foundation has begun construction on a $16 Million senior development in Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia. This development will be the first senior community to be developed by the Foundation in Spotsylvania County.
Pinckney Group summer campers get hands on experience. (Photo by Scott Gethard)
Lamar Mowatt, Director of Resident Services for the Humanities Foundation, accepts a grant from the Daniel Island Community Fund (DICF) in the amount of $7,100.
Michael Meyer, Acquisitions & Development Associate, and Lamar Mowatt, Director of Resident Services, accept a grant on behalf of the Humanities Foundation from the Kiwanis Club of Charleston.
Humanities Foundation makes the Top 50!
The Humanities Foundation announces the opening of two new properties in Virginia valued at more than $20,000,000.
Tracy Doran, President of the Humanities Foundation of Mt. Pleasant, SC, announced today that the organization has received a $200,000 grant from the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) for its ShelterNet program. This is NFHA’s second grant to the Humanities Foundation.
Humanities Foundation provides telehealth, meals and more…
Sustaining Seniors Aging in Place Program (SSAIP) is an innovative program in Charleston, SC, that includes Telehealth/Telemedicine and a food pantry that has delivered more than 400,000 free meals, accessible transportation and a community garden among its offerings.
GOOD NEWS FROM SSAIP
SSAIP (Sustaining Seniors Aging in Place) is a program developed in conjunction the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) to provide health tele-monitoring in the Humanities Foundation’s senior properties. Currently 6 properties in Charleston and 1 property in Richmond Hill, Georgia, are receiving these services designed to help residents age in place successfully and thus be able to remain independent in their residences. Data received from the tele-monitoring program is housed in a secure server at MUSC and will be available to the resident or the primary care physician.
MUSC has provided a staff member, Dr. Kathy VanRavenstein, to spearhead the SSAIP program by providing nursing and physical therapy students who conduct supportive services, including video exercise programs and clinical monitoring. Dr. Van Ravenstein was awarded a $137,985 Duke Endowment to provide video physical therapy services and fit bits for humanities foundation senior residents in all 6 Charleston properties.
The Humanities Foundation has also negotiated two partnerships with nursing schools in Georgia and Northern Virginia. In each case, the nursing students will receive clinical experience in our properties. South University in Savannah will be providing nurse practitioner students quarterly to assist in monitoring residents at Ashleigh Place in Richmond Hill. Lord Fairfax Community College will partner with Mintbrook Senior Apartments in Bealeton when that property opens in late December.
RESIDENT SERVICES NEWS
Ashleigh Place in Richmond Hill, GA, has received several Horizon Housing Foundation Grants to support resident services in that community. These grants have enhanced the resident services program by providing a community garden, on-going resident activities such as movies, games, and educational programs, and a Holiday gathering for all residents and families, including a visit from Santa Claus.
Thanks to a grant from the Junior League of Charleston, residents at Seven Farms Village were treated to a wreath-making workshop on December 12. With assistance from the volunteers from the Junior League, the residents turned out beautiful holiday wreaths for their doors and for the property manager’s office.
COMING IN JANUARY
In partnership with the Lowcountry Food Bank, residents of the Charleston senior properties will have tours of their local grocery store with volunteers who will teach them how to shop for economical and healthy foods.
Humanities Foundation is pleased to announce the recent $10,000 grant award from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing South Carolina.
Funding from the National Fair Housing Alliance will support the Foundation’s ShelterNet emergency financial assistance program.
We are so excited to announce that Humanities Foundation has been awarded three developments in Virginia with a combined cost of more than $47 million dollars.It is the most that the Foundation has been awarded in any single year. The deals were funded via Low Income Housing Tax Credits administered by the Virginia Housing Development Authority. Humanities received the most tax credits of any developer in Virginia.
Mt. Pleasant, SC – Humanities Foundation has continued to expand both the scope and depth of resident services at all of their properties. “Every community has unique needs”, said Lamar Mowatt, Resident Services Coordinator for Humanities Foundation. “We strive to customize services to meet these particular needs.”