New pavilion in Columbia to serve as e-learning location for homeless children

COLUMBIA, S.C. (COLA DAILY) — The Columbia-based nonprofit, Homeless No More, unveiled a new pavilion Thursday morning to serve as a shady spot for families and children to gather. It will be available to the families using the organization’s emergency/transitional housing services.

The funding for the structure was provided by The Ritedose Corporation, a pharmaceutical company in Columbia. Homeless No More CEO Lila Anna Sauls said Ritedose quickly responded when they found out the need for the covered pavilion, after having been a generous donor for years.

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