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The Power of Church Partners

Each year, local church families work alongside The Salvation Army. Their volunteerism is essential, but more church partnerships are needed through the Be a Shield program.

Awakened Hope

A single mother working tirelessly to provide for her four boys, doing her best to make ends meet and raise her sons right. Yet, despite her best efforts, abuse within the family drove a wedge between the brothers and brokenness took over their family. As Micah grew older and the abuse continued, he learned to bury his feelings of shame and alienation.

Warmth Through Compassion

Friends seeking refuge from the cold find hope, love, help, and compassion.

The Greenville Community Supports Sweet Desserts

Area restaurant and bakery owners partner with The Salvation Army to support Social Ministries programs.

Taylors Family Store to Host Customer Appreciation Sellabration

To show our appreciation for the community’s support the Taylors Family Store will host a Customer Appreciation Event this Saturday.

A Place Called Tent City - Part 2: A Refuge of Hope, Compassionate Options for those in Tent City

A Refuge of Hope—Compassionate Options for those in Tent City. This blog post is the follow-up to the previous post regarding The Salvation Army's relationship with Tent City.

Kroc Center Receives USTA Award

The Salvation Army is Greenville, SC is proud to announce that the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Tennis Center has been selected as one of 12 winners of the United States Tennis Associaton's 33rd annual Facility Awards Program!

Family Store Grand Opening a Huge Success!

The new Taylors, SC Family store opened today with a great response from the community.

A Place Called Tent City: Part 1

This blog series will focus on The Salvation Army’s relationship with the residents of Greenville, SC's Tent City. We hope to show that there is hope for the people living there and that through relationships, real progress can be made.

Please Remember to Donate this Summer!

Summer is a hard time for food pantries. Let's make 2014 different!

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