The Salvation Army of Greenville Receives Donation for COVID-19 Relief Services

The Salvation Army of Greenville received $5,000 from the Hargrove Foundation, the charitable link of the Hargrove Family of Companies. These funds will support The Salvation Army of Greenville’s COVID-19 relief efforts.

The Salvation Army of Greenville continues to provide critical services during these uncertain times. The Salvation Army is providing grocery assistance boxes to families in need and vulnerable populations. The Salvation Army emergency homeless shelter, which houses 143 individuals, is closed to the public but continues to operate at capacity. Families and individuals in need may also apply for rent and utility assistance through The Salvation Army’s social services office.

The Hargrove Family of Companies is based in Mobile, AL, and has recently opened a Greenville location. Hargrove is committed to investing in the communities in which they operate, and thanks to the generosity of Hargrove employees and donors, the Hargrove Foundation is able to direct funds to local causes.

“The Salvation Army is grateful for this donation from our local Hargrove office,” says Major Andrew Kelly, Area Commander of The Salvation Army of Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties. “Hargrove is a new presence in our community, and we feel so thankful for their commitment to giving back. Thanks to this gift, we will continue lending a helping hand to families in need during these times of uncertainty.”

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