​Doing the Most Good with Spring Cleaning

This spring, The Salvation Army invites the Greenville, Pickens and Oconee communities to donate their gently-used or new goods to our Family Stores. Donations of clothing, electronics, furniture, household goods and vehicles help transform lives by supporting life-changing programs and services.For over 100 years, The Salvation Army has provided spiritual, social and emotional assistance for those struggling with a variety of needs. The Salvation Army Greenville Command operates six Family Stores across Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties, and donations made at these stores help support the Men’s Rehabilitation Center (CSRC), a free, 6-month residential substance abuse program.

“As spring approaches, many people will be cleaning out their closets, garages and homes,” says Major Pete Costas, Area Commander for The Salvation Army of Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties. “We encourage those community members to donate their items to our Family Stores and help us change lives. Through work therapy, mentoring sessions and spiritual counseling, graduates of our rehab program will return to society with a career path established, goals set and freedom from any substance abuse.”

Donations are accepted at The Salvation Army’s Family Stores (listed below) this spring and throughout each season. Pickups can also be scheduled here or by calling 1-800-728-7825

  • Greenville Family Store: 203 Rutherford Street, Greenville 29609
  • Taylors Family Store: 5152 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors 29687
  • Mauldin Family Store: 122 S Main Street, Mauldin 29662
  • Easley Family Store:1000 S Pendleton Street, Easley 29642
  • Clemson Family Store: 500B Old Greenville Highway, Clemson, 29631
  • Seneca Family Store: 104 Colonial Plaza Drive, Seneca, 29678

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