Ahresty supports homeless shelter


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From left are Homeless Shelter Executive Director Denise Stryker Fadi Al-Ghawi of Ahresty.

From left are Homeless Shelter Executive Director Denise Stryker Fadi Al-Ghawi of Ahresty.


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Ahresty Wilmington Corporation continual support to the homeless Shelter.

Ahresty Wilmington corporation made a $500 donation to support the operation of the Clinton County Homeless Shelter. Ahresty has been a supporter of the shelter for many years through donations of food, canned food and other needed supplies.

The CCHS provides emergency shelter, compassionate care and support to the homeless and underprivileged in Clinton County while remembering that each resident is a person of worth. Each night, the shelter can house up to 38 men, women and children.

In 2021, the shelter was home for 110 individuals including 25 children and one veteran. Additionally, the shelter was home for nine single dads and one couple with no children. The average shelter stay was around 43 nights, and they all called the shelter home for 6,361 nights and they were served over 31,805 meals/snacks.

The shelter rely on supports from individuals, the community and businesses. Support such as monetary donations, canned food and other essential supplies are always needed for the daily operation of the shelter.

From left are Homeless Shelter Executive Director Denise Stryker Fadi Al-Ghawi of Ahresty.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/10/web1_IMG_0376.jpgFrom left are Homeless Shelter Executive Director Denise Stryker Fadi Al-Ghawi of Ahresty. Submitted photo

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