Benefit Concert

March 11, 2018 @ 6:30 pm

An entertaining and uplifting evening hosted by the Honorable Mayor John Tecklenburg, and featuring a variety of nationally acclaimed performers, including Charlton SingletonQuiana ParlerHeather RiceLowcountry Voices, 6:30 – 8 p.mat the Gaillard Center.  Proceeds benefit the Homeless to Hope Fund, a special fund created by the Mayors’ Commission on Homelessness and Affordable Housing, in partnership with The Palmetto Project, to provide a conduit for assisting local service provider efforts to implement innovative affordable housing and other support that helps end homelessness in the tri-county area.

Interested in Sponsorship and Sweet Home Package Opportunities? Deadline is February 23.




Questions? Contact Sandy Morckel at or 614.306.8856.

Tickets range from $30 – $250.  Individual Tickets go on sale on February 16.

All four Lowcountry Mayors are driving the support of this initiative:

  • The Honorable John J. Tecklenburg, Mayor, City of Charleston
  • The Honorable R. Keith Summey, Mayor, City of North Charleston
  • The Honorable Will Haynie, Mayor, Town of Mount Pleasant
  • The Honorable Wiley Johnson, Mayor, City of Summerville


Visit the Homeless to Hope Fund website at and spread the news socially by visiting our Facebook page at