Life Cycle Engineering Wraps Up Bench2Bed Flash Drive to Support One80 Place

Representatives from One80 Place, Life Cycle Engineering and Trident United Way gather to celebrate the success of the Bench2Bed flash drive.

Representatives from One80 Place, Life Cycle Engineering and Trident United Way gather to celebrate the success of the Bench2Bed flash drive.

CHARLESTON, SC – June 17, 2015 – Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) completed their one-week “flash drive” to gather donations in support of One80 Place, a homeless shelter and community kitchen located in downtown Charleston, SC. LCE’s Bench2Bed drive gathered an estimated $1,000 in purchased goods to help fill the gaps of urgently needed items for the shelter and their guests.

“Our Bench2Bed flash drive was a huge success and a lot of fun for our organization,” shared Bob Fei, LCE’s President and CEO, and a board member for Trident United Way (TUW). “We’re proud to support a nonprofit like One80 Place, which strives to end homelessness and hunger in Charleston,” said Bob Fei.

The Bench2Bed campaign was part of Life Cycle Engineering’s LCE Cares program, which organizes efforts to serve and support local Trident United Way funded partners who share in the overarching vision to improve the education, financial stability and health of each individual they serve.

About Life Cycle Engineering:
Life Cycle Engineering provides consulting, engineering, applied technology and education solutions that deliver lasting results for private industry, the Department of Defense and other government organizations. The quality, expertise and dedication of our employees enable Life Cycle Engineering to serve as a trusted resource that helps people and organizations to achieve their full potential. Founded in 1976, LCE is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina with offices across North America and experience around the globe.