COVID-19 Social Ministries

Helping Others During This Time of Crisis

During these times of crisis, The Salvation Army is here to lend a helping hand. Going forward, The Salvation Army of Greenville will be accepting requests for rent/utilities assistance through an online form. We have made two options available for those applying for assistance:

  • If your need for rent/utilities assistance is directly caused by the COVID-19 pandemic (ex. laid off from job due to COVID-19 cuts, etc.), please fill out our assistance request form here. In order to fill out this form, you will need a password, which will be given to you during a pre-screening evaluation. To receive this evaluation, please call the United Way of Greenville's 211 helpline. The 211 helpline operator will ask you questions regarding your location, type of assistance, income level, access to internet and other relevant questions. Once approved, the United Way operator will give you the password required to fill out this form.

APPLY FOR COVID-19 ASSISTANCE HERE


  • If you need help with rent/utilities, clothing, food, etc. and your need is NOT directly caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, please fill out the general assistance form below (available in English and Spanish) to submit your request for help.

GENERAL ASSISTANCE FORM Formulario de Asistencia General


The Salvation Army of Greenville's community meal program is and will be evaluated based on need. Bag lunches and baked goods will be served to the community at the Stall Street entrance of our shelter campus on our community meal days on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 PM to 1 PM.

If you are in need of additional help, please call 211 for available community resources.

All other public services will be available on a limited basis going forward. If you need assistance other than rent/utility, please call our main line at 864-235-4803 and press 2 to speak to someone in our Social Ministries department. If you would like learn more about services at our Pickens County and Oconee County locations, please click here.