Join us as we celebrate 40 years of service at our 6th Annual Benefit Breakfast on Tuesday November 10th 2015 from 7:30am-8:45am at the TD Convention Center. Our Keynote Speaker for the morning will be 1965 graduate of Furman University, former NFL player and coach with three Super Bowl appearance and former Pendleton Place Board Member, Sam Wyche.
Pendleton Place offers programs that protect, equip and heal vulnerable children, young adults and families. We strengthen children while rebuilding families because it's our goal for each child to have a stable home environment and a bright future.
Founded in 1975, in 2014 over 450 clients and nearly 250 families benefited from our important work that we accomplish through four key programs:
- Family Bridges - Safe custody exchange, parent education and supervised visitation for families
- Assessment Center - A multi-agency evaluation of families led by Pendleton Place to identify root causes of neglect or abuse and establish recommendations for a plan to improve the well being of children
- Connections Count - Support and mentoring that equips young adults in need to lead successful lives as independent adults.
- Smith House - Residential home for teen girls