Recent News


Now Hiring Housing Case Manager

***PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND IF YOU DO NOT MEET THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS***

Covenant House is looking for a full-time (40 hours per week, M-F) housing case manager. Starting salary is $18 per hour; excellent health care, 100% paid by Covenant House; generous retirement plan; paid time away from work; a collegial and professional work environment; and opportunities for professional development. Must have minimum two years working with vulnerable/marginalized populations, knowledge, or experience of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) programs (preferred but not required) and a Bachelor of Science degree. Please send your resume; cover letter; and three references to tjohnson@wvcovenanthouse.org

No phone calls or social media inquiries accepted. Deadline for applications is midnight March 16th. We encourage people from marginalized populations to apply. Covenant House is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

 


Covenant House Board of Directors Names Briana Martin as CEO/Executive Director

The Board of Directors at Covenant House is pleased to announce that Briana Martin has been named as the CEO/Executive Director of Covenant House. In late January 2022, the Board had voted unanimously for Martin to serve as Interim Executive Director and the Board is confident that Martin’s deep knowledge of Covenant House, her unparalleled commitment to the clients and the community, and her 20 years of experience in the social service sector, will serve her well in this new role.

Read the full announcement.

 

 

 


Covenant House Releases House Call, the 2020 Annual Report and 2019 Newsletter

We are once again honored to present to you the 2020 Annual Report. Our community Board of Directors and executive leadership believe transparency and ethical stewardship are a moral imperative. Our mission drives our work. Community support sustains us. We make your generous donation go a long way.

Read and download House Call here.

 

 

 


Covenant House Releases House Call, the 2019 Annual Report and 2020 Newsletter

We are once again honored to present to you the 2019 Annual Report. Our community Board of Directors and executive leadership believe transparency and ethical stewardship are a moral imperative. Our mission drives our work. Community support sustains us. We make your generous donation go a long way.

Read and download House Call here.

 

 

 


Covenant House Releases House Call, the 2018 Annual Report and 2019 Newsletter

House Call

We are once again honored to present to you the 2018 Annual Report. Our community Board of Directors and executive leadership believe transparency and ethical stewardship are a moral imperative. Our mission drives our work. Community support sustains us. We make your generous donation go a long way. In this issue of House Call, we introduce you to Carlie, who was granted a spot in one of Covenant House’s community housing sites after overcoming addiction.

Read and download House Call here.

 

 

 


Covenant House Releases the 2017 Annual Report and Newsletter

2015 Annual Report Cover

We are honored to report to you, our community, the impact your generous support spreads throughout our beloved city and valley. Transformative impact of this magnitude only happens through the power of collaboration. We are only a part of a broader community network committed to social change through seeking social justice. Thank you for supporting these collective efforts. As promised, we pledge responsible and transparent leadership. For the third consecutive year, 84% of every dollar donated goes directly back into helping our most vulnerable citizens. Meet Joey and Cena through their stories on the back page of the annual report. They will tell you how your belief in and support of the Covenant House mission transformed their lives.

Read & Download the full 2015 Annual Report here.

 


Teams use ‘yes we can’ approach to help Covenant House

The Clay Center is full of creative “can”-sculptures this week. The items used to build them will go to others in need. Teams used more than 18,000 cans of food to build eight structures.

Read the full article here: April 4th – Fox News – Canstruction Coverage “Teams use ‘yes we can’ approach to help Covenant House”


AR-160329826Local chefs prepare for Covenant House Chef’s Challenge fundraiser

Seven area “celebrity” chefs will be rubbing elbows April 5 for the Covenant House of Charleston’s sixth annual Chef’s Challenge fundraiser dinner.

Now before you walk into the Charleston Civic Center’s South Hall expecting to see a challenge, there are a few things you should know about the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser.

Read the full article here.