Passion. It’s in our name and it’s what has driven us to become one of the most respected and trusted masonry companies in the Lowcountry. Our passion for the quality of our work and the people we serve is what gets us up in the morning and keeps us going until each project is completed and our customers are completely satisfied.
We have proudly served the Lowcountry for more than 15 years. Known for his hands-on approach, our leader Carlos brings a high-level of expertise, integrity and passion to every project that is simply unmatched in this industry. Responsive and reliable, Carlos, along with the rest of the Passion Foundations team, is dedicated to providing high-quality masonry services to the Lowcountry. Regardless of size or scope, whatever needs to be done, Passion Foundations can do it. And we do it with passion.
Our Mission Work
In addition to our passion for masonry, we also have a passion for mission work. Using the funds from our business, we are able to support organizations that are close to our heart and help both individuals within our Charleston community and across the globe.
Since the beginning of our business, we have been able to help support more than 300 families in the Philippines on a monthly basis, building infrastructures, providing them with food and helping them build businesses to support themselves. We also go on regular missions to Romania and Mexico.
While our mission work takes us all over the globe, we are also involved with several organizations in Charleston, including Sea Island Hunger Awareness Foundation, Barrier Island Medical Clinic, Sweetgrass Garden and the Shifa Clinic.
With these beautiful ladies outside enjoying the Sunshine.
Giving hat and sheets in Mexico.
Helping the art class with their project.
Helping bathe the babies.
The bread was bought for Lunch.
Sea Island Hunger Awareness
Helping prepare the salad for 200 people on Johns Island
Sweet Grass Garden
Helping and feeding the children on Johns Island.
Buying Father and son food on River Road
Helping the family that came to us. They were living in their van. We gathered things from the community and deliver the gifts.
Christmas gifts giving back to the community were Carlos grew up.
Feeding the Children and Parents.
Making them their meals
All the children enjoying their meal and goodie bag.