Serving Charleston's Seniors since 1967

Call Us: (843) 722-4127

Charleston, SC 29401

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

We want to thank all the wonderful people who would like to help.

 At this time, we are only recruiting volunteers for special projects.

If you wish to volunteer – please fill out the volunteer application. We will email you if there is a project in the works.

Hoping for a better 2021- thank you for all of your help in 2020!


To Our Community and Friends:

We have been brainstorming about ideas on how to have people help our clients. Our office has been inundated with wonderful offers of help.
In an effort to utilize these volunteers in the very best way- we have developed an “Adopt a Senior” program- the basic idea is that our home delivered meal clients would be paired with an outside volunteer who would agree to check on that client by phone- and see what that client may need on a  personal level. This may be food delivery to the porch- toilet paper drop off- picking up items at the store etc.

The client and the volunteer would both agree to this and understand they both respect the social distancing requirements and CDC recommendations.

After this event is over we hope that these community volunteers will continue the relationship with the client.

Many of our clients are very ill and have no family support- Charleston has the most giving people anywhere- and they have risen to this challenge like any other.

We have only just developed this plan- so those that wish to be part of it should contact our office via email and watch our Facebook for more info. We are currently getting client permissions to get this rolling.

Monetary donations and food donations are always welcome- as our food pantry will be seeing many more needy families in the weeks to come.

Please let me know if you have any other questions,

Donna Cook

Important CASC Updates re: Corona Virus Actions

  • The Senior Center is closed to the public indefinitely due to COVID 19. We will rely on the City of Charleston and the CDC  guidelines to determine when it is safe to re-open the facility to the public.
  • Our emergency food pantry is still open Tuesday and Wednesday 1-3:00pm.  We are in need of food donations to replenish our pantry since the need will be growing as people are out of work.
  • Meals on Wheels is running as normal.  Donations to purchase extra meals are appreciated.
  • We have limited volunteers to those that are already in place at this time to protect our staff who are all over 60.

Help Us Help Seniors

Meals on Wheels Charleston


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We are guided by a single goal – to support our senior neighbors to extend their independence and health as they age.

That goal also extends to the dozens of volunteers who work with us. From the kind people who deliver the meals and meet with our clients, to the dedicated cooks in our kitchen—we are all one caring community.

Meals on Wheels of Charleston is a community-based program designed specifically to meet the nutritional and social needs of seniors.


Living Longer, Healthier, and Happier!

Seniors’ news items from accredited international universities, websites, and journals:

What is shelter in place?

People should stay in their homes unless they need to leave for “essential” activities and work. The mandate went into effect on March 17 and will continue until at least April 7.

See it, hear it HERE>>>

A Coronavirus Guide for Older Adults (And Their Family Advocates)

It’s hard enough getting old, what with all of the creeping ailments—diabetes, COPD, dementia, heart disease—that come along with age. Now add a novel coronavirus to the mix.

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Seniors & Coronavirus: 4 Tips From a Geriatrician to Stay Safe & Connected

As the numbers climb for those infected with the novel coronavirus, the dangers rise for vulnerable populations. People who are older or with underlying medical conditions risk the severest consequences.


Ansonborough House

Located In the heart of the Historic District in downtown Charleston

Community Support Services

Links to all local and state agencies for senior adults

Emergency Food Services

There is great need in the Charleston area for our senior population.

News and Articles


COVID Delivery Team

Volunteers needed to deliver food to elderly!


CASC Responds to CoronaVirus

CASC Closed to Public In an abundance of caution and to keep our clients safe- CASC  will close to clients effective 3/18-3/31. Senior Center clients will have a hot meal delivered to their home. CASC…


LSN Donates $13,000 to Meals on Wheels of Charleston

Our friends and supporters at Low Country Senior Network have come through for us once again! Over the past four years the LSN has raised and donated over $56,000 to Meals on Wheels of Charleston.…

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