Recent Stories

Initial Development of Five Year Strategic Plan Begins

The development of a long-term plan for the Greenville Area Command will ensure that needs continue to be met for The Salvation Army’s 36,000+ local individuals served.

Local Businesses Share Sweet Desserts to Help Others

Help those in need while enjoying a delicious treat!

The Salvation Army Thanks Local Businesses

The Salvation Army is grateful to the many local businesses who have conducted a variety of drives during the holiday and cold weather season in order to bring warmth and joy to those in need.

Thanks to You, Greenville

The photos used for the "Thanks to You" campaign are of local individuals we know by name. We have seen their stories in the making- stories of homelessness, stories of once being lost, now found through salvation. These stories are real and exist in Greenville.

Christmas toy assistance registration deadline is quickly approaching!

Applicants wishing to receive Christmas toy assistance must complete three classes with the Greenville County Library System and schedule their registration appointment by September 30.

More Than Just a Meal

On Tuesday, June 28, The Togetherhood Committee from the YMCA of Greenville hosted a formal dining experience for residents of The Salvation Army Women & Children's Shelter.

Donut Day History

Did you know that the idea for Donut Day began on the battlefields of France during World War I?

The Salvation Army Greenville Area Command Trains for Boots on the Ground

The Salvation Army Greenville Area Command had the opportunity to be a part of the 2016 National Disaster Medical System Training on May 16th through 19th. This program was designed to allow for maximum participation from federal, state and local response agencies, like The Salvation Army, while providing an opportunity to prepare for an emergency. Each time this practice is conducted a different…

Hope, Happiness, and Hard Work

The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary works to make life a little brighter for residents of The Salvation Army. Attend "Paint the Town Red" on May 26th to support the Women's & Children's Refuge Shelter.

He is not here!

Major Melody Davis shares her reflections on Easter after visiting the Holy Land.