Get Involved

The support of the community has been vital to the development of our programs, and for that we are extremely grateful. We welcome your support, whether it’s a monetary gift, a donated item, or the gift of your time. Get involved with Gateway today.


Your gift in support of Gateway may be made in the following ways. For more information contact Gateway’s Development Director, Martha Armstrong at

Gateway Endowment Fund

Invest in the future of Gateway by contributing to the Endowment Fund. Income from the endowment can be used to help fund Gateway programs.


Such contributions are tax-deductible and may be made in honor or memory of a loved one.

Employer/Employee Matching

Your employer may match your contributions to Gateway. Just send your company’s matching gift form with your contribution.

Appreciated Assets

Gifts such as stocks and similar assets are always welcome. Contact you financial advisor regarding such transactions.

Planned Giving

Through your will, the establishment of a trust, or other estate-planning tools, you may support your favorite charity, supplement your income, and enjoy numerous tax benefits. For more information, contact Gateway at (864) 242-9193.

Donated Items

We frequently need items such as furniture, sheets, towels, kitchen items, toilet tissue, to assist members moving into an apartment, maybe for the first time. There are also work-related items from which Gateway members can benefit, such as computers or office furniture. We have also received real estate donations, for which we are extremely grateful! Please contact Martha Armstrong at  if you have questions or would like to discuss a donation. You can also make an immediate donation through this link:


The Gateway Board of Directors consists of community-minded volunteers with a commitment to mental health issues and the mission of Gateway. Group volunteer projects also arise during the year, such as landscaping, painting, and general maintenance projects.

If you are interested in applying to the Board of Directors, or if your group is interested in a service project, please contact Randy Redlinger at