Kershaw County Housing Authority appreciates the community support both financially and collaboratively. Since March 2020, KCHA has been awarded $426,890.68 through grants, partnerships, and donations.
A total of $220,462.78 has been spent assisting 66 families throughout the county for an average of $3,340.35 per family.
Thanks for the continued support from the community and other foundations.KCHA is a non-profit organization.If you are interested in donating to the organization, please contact us directly.All donations are tax deductible.
Housing Trust Fundmade possible by funding from SC State Housing Authority
Kershaw County Housing Authority is an approved non profit that
partners with SC State Housing to provide opportunities for homeowners to have repairs done to their homes.
This grant funded program funds the rehabilitation of single family homes owned by low-income families.
Eligible activities include those that are considered emergency in nature
(roof, sewer/septic, heating/air conditioning)
Mobile homes that were manufactured more than 20 years ago are not eligible for the program.
Please contact our office directly to determine if you qualify for repairs.
KC Cares!Funding is available to assist eligible householdsexperiencing financial hardships due to the economic impact of COVID-19with Rent, Mortgage and Utilities.The assistance will prevent evictions and foreclosuresto further stabilize the housing in Kershaw Countyfollowing the expiration of the eviction/foreclosure moratorium.For more information or to see if your household qualifies,contact Kershaw County Housing Authority803-677-0813Funding for this program is made possible through a grant by theCentral Carolina Community Fund and One SC Fund: COVID-19 Response
MORE GREAT NEWS!!!
SYNOVUS BANK awarded Kershaw County Housing Authority additional
$2500 grant to aid in the development of affordable housing in Kershaw County.THANK YOU FOR THE CONTINUED SUPPORT!!!
Many Thanks for the community support
Synovus Bank awarded Kershaw County Housing Authority a $7000 grant to aid in the development of affordable housing in Kershaw County.Pictured from right to left is Karen Eckford, Senior Vice President - Retail Market Lead, Synovus Bank of Camden; Ramonda L. Pollard, Executive Director, Kershaw County Housing Authority; and Archie Todd, III, Board Chair for Kershaw County Housing Authority