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The Salvation Army Helps Everyone Stay Cool this Summer

The Salvation Army requests donations of box fans and bottled water to help those in need this summer.

Freedom in the Eyes of a Child

Is freedom distributed equally to every American? Jim Abbott, the Pickens Service Center Director, explains the disparity in freedom he sees for those in need.

Welcoming Debra Andrews as Director of the Oconee Service Center

Debra Andrews brings her varied and valuable experience to her new role as Oconee Service Center Director.

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club Partners with Global Sales Group

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club has a new partner and sponsor, Global Sales Group. Global Sales Group will help support the Club's Summer Camp and the upcoming Superhero 5K. The Boys and Girls Club is very thankful for this new partnership!

​Help for Our Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness: A Personal Confession

How could buying a sandwich for someone experiencing homelessness hurt them? Jim Abbott, the Pickens County Service Center Unit Director, explains the complexities of homelessness and how to provide the best solutions to those experiencing it.

The Salvation Army's 80th National Doughnut Day

Celebrate the 80th National Doughnut Day by learning more about the origin of this sweet holiday and by donating to a great cause! When you visit The Donut Experiment on June 1, you can grab a doughnut and help support The Salvation Army's social ministries and programs.

National Salvation Army Week

President Dwight D. Eisenhower declared the first National Salvation Army Week in 1954: “Among Americans, The Salvation Army has long been a symbol of wholehearted dedication to the cause of brotherhood.”

Orchestrating a Symphony of Service

Earlier this month, we received a call from a partner agency who had a young man at their facility with nowhere to go. The young man had been robbed and had no picture ID, SS card or other form of identification on him. We were asked to provide emergency shelter assistance for the weekend as well as establishing next steps beyond a place to stay.

Local Youth Celebrate "A Place to Become"

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Greenville County is celebrating National Boys and Girls Club Week with special activities April 9-13, 2018

Chick-fil-A Helps The Salvation Army Eat More Chicken

On Wednesday, March 28, Chick-fil-A Haywood Road provided chicken sandwich meals to all shelter residents living at the 417 Rutherford Street campus in Greenville, SC. Residents were treated to a sandwich, chips and cookies delivered by the Chick-fil-A cow mascot and select store representatives.