Group names building after head of Huston Foundation
The RASE Project recently recognized the contributions of Charles L. “Skip” Huston III of the Huston Foundation by naming its building at 131 East Orange Street, Lancaster, after him.
The mission of The RASE Project is “to assist all those individuals affected by substance use issues, problems and concerns by fostering progress, enriching lives, and ultimately enhancing the recovery process,” according to its website.
“It is with gratitude and admiration that we dedicate this building to Charles L.“Skip” Huston, III, whose kind and generous spirit imprinted the foundation of The RASE Project and has continued to affect organizational growth and development throughout the years; without whose contributions the RASE Project would not exist today. From this point forward we name 131 East Orange Street the Skip Huston Building. We are eternally grateful for his gifts to us.”
Huston is currently the president and Chief Executive Officer of The Huston Foundation, a private family, grant making, charitable foundation created in 1957 by his father, Charles L. Huston Jr., and his aunt, Ruth Huston. The office is located at 50 S. 1st Avenue in Coatesville.
Shown from left are: Denise M. Holden, founder & CEO of Rase; Angelica Fiore-Torrez, administrative assistant at Rase; Charles L. “Skip” Huston III, president and Chief Executive Officer of the Huston Foundation; Patricia Jones, administrative assistant of the Huston Foundation; Charles L. “Chip” Huston IV, corporate treasurer of The Huston Foundation; and Nancy Huston Hansen, vice president of Evangelical Relations at The Huston Foundation.