Learn About the 604 Project in Martinsburg, WV
The 604 Project Provides Family Transitional Housing
Learn about the 604 Project in Martinsburg, WV. Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is working toward expanding their services to reach families experiencing homelessness. The project will cost $800,000 to remodel, furnish and staff the building at 604 W. King St. in Martinsburg. When completed, the building will provide six housing units for families plus provide meals, clothing and emotional support. Hope Lives Here.
Please consider a gift today to help us expand our services. Call Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission today at (304) 263-6901 to donate or click the word DONATE to pay through PayPal. Please mark your donation for the 604 Project. Our Mission is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible within the guidelines of the tax law.
Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is Trying to Keep Families Together
Shelter housing services are non-existent in the Eastern Panhandle for families. The Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission’s Emergency Family Transitional Housing will be the first of its kind. There is one shelter for men and one for women in Berkeley County. But, there is no dedicated shelter for families in Berkeley, Jefferson or Morgan Counties.
We own the structure at 604 West King Street but would need to renovate it into 6 separate family units. The Mission saw a need for struggling families and wanted to fill that need. Can we count on you for your support?
Learn more about the 604 Project in Martinsburg, WV