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Community Partners

Center for Community Services

The Center for Community Services (CCS) is a multiservice center offering easy access to human services in Greenville County. They provide many direct services including case management, emergency assistance, education, and referrals.

Katie Tuten: 864.546.1893

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Circles Greenville County

Circles Greenville County is a community initiative involving volunteers who help families in poverty exit poverty forever. Their mission is to inspire and equip families and communities to prosper.

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Community Care Upstate – PRISMA Health

What is the Community Care Program?
The Community Care Program consists of a group of volunteers who work together to provide practical, emotional and spiritual support to patients in the community. They assist patients who need basic assistance in their homes. The scope of this program is to meet non-medical needs. A team's activities may include transportation to a doctor's appointment or grocery store, household or yard chores, errands, meals, social outings, visits, phone calls, prayers, relief for primary caregivers, etc.

Population Served:
Vulnerable patients discharged from Greenville Memorial Hospital identified as high-risk for re-admission and/or two or more of the following criteria:
  • The patient is chronically ill.
  • The patient is uninsured or underinsured.
  • The patient is not homebound but requires additional assistance.

Volunteer Teams:
A team can consist of any number of members – typically 2 to 20. Each team has a Team Captain who will be the point of contact for team members and coordinate the team's schedule. The Program Staff will provide team members with training and ongoing support. Volunteers will choose how many hours they serve each month and designate the skills they have to offer for the discharged patient.

Suzanne Young: [email protected]864.884.3795

Daily Bread Ministries • Greer Soup Kitchen

Provides one hot nutritious meal a day to serve the homeless in the Greer community.
  • One Saturday a month 9:30 am–12:30 pm.
  • 521 E Poinsett Street, Greer SC.

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Foster & Adopt Resource Center

Serves and supports over 35 foster, adoptive and kinship care families each month. Opportunities to serve include:
  • Help receive, sort and organize donations of needed items.
  • Help distribute items to families who visit.
The Resource Center is located at 2701 Wade Hampton Blvd. It is open to the public on Tuesdays 9–10 am, Thursdays 6:30–7:30 pm, and the second Saturday of each month 9–10 am. However, there are opportunities to serve at other times.

For more information or to get involved, contact Tricia Ten Pas at [email protected].

Generations Group Homes

Generations works with adolescent and pre-adolescent males who are in primary need of specialized services for abusive behaviors. A therapeutic environment promotes and rewards positive change.
  • Various volunteer projects.
  • 821 Dunklin Bridge Road, Fountain Inn SC.

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Habitat for Humanity

Brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Accelerate and broaden access to affordable housing as a foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty.

Volunteer Coordinator
Noel Brooks: [email protected]864.720.1282

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Mauldin Miracle League

A baseball organization for special needs children in the Upstate.
  • Allows developmentally and physically challenged children to play baseball in a non-judgemental, fun and social environment.
  • Volunteers pair up with Mauldin Miracle League participants for a game.
  • Opportunities are available each Spring and Fall

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Miracle Hill Ministries

Provides extensive services to individuals and families in the form of food, shelter, clothing, personal development, addiction recovery support, and residential and foster care for children.
  • Monthly volunteer opportunities are available varying from service opportunities to item donations.

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Nothing But Jesus Street Ministries

Feeding the Homeless in Downtown Greenville.
  • Saturdays, 3–5 pm.
  • Meet at 3 pm at Quik Trip: 100 Rutherford Street, Greenville.

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Pass It Forward

Brings men and women's time and talent together to repair and improve a family's physical, emotional and spiritual environment.

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Patewood Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

Offers skilled nursing and rehabilitation services for both short stay recovery as well as ongoing supportive services for individuals requiring long-term care.
  • One Saturday a month, 10–11 am.
  • 2 Griffith Road, Greenville
  • Play Bingo, visit with residents, and make crafts at the facility.

For more information, contact Renee Cooper at [email protected] or 864.810.6104

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Makes prayer shawls for hospice, cancer and hospital patients. Many blessings are prayed into every stitch. This team is connected with Amedysis Hospice as well as McCall's Hospice.
  • Meets the third Monday of the month.
  • 3–5 pm at Brookwood in Room C203

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Project Host

Project Host alleviates hunger and provides job training through several programs that each tackle a different aspect of food insecurity.

Diane Martin: [email protected]864.235.3403

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Safe Families for Children

Provides homes where parents may voluntarily have their children cared for while they seek to restore stability in their lives.

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Set Free

Gives new life to rescued rock quarry slave children and other abandoned children of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Ministry Leader
Bill Bishop: [email protected]864.201.8280

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Servants for Sight

Servants for Sight was founded with the mission to help disadvantaged people, both locally and abroad, get the eye care they need to lead productive lives in glorification of God. Their goal is to follow the model of Jesus by bringing hope and healing to the world through the gift of sight.

Jennie Beaudine: [email protected]970.471.2922

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SWITCH's mission is to fight human trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Upstate of South Carolina through awareness, prevention, fighting demand, intervention and restoration.

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Triune Mercy Center

Ministers alongside the homeless in downtown Greenville meeting physical needs and life changing opportunities to the disadvantaged.
  • One Sunday evening a quarter.
  • 222 Rutherford Road, Greenville.
  • Prepares and serves a meal.

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Other Outreach Activities

The Blood Connection Blood Drive

Supports healthcare partners with adequate, safe, cost-effective blood supplies and services. Brookwood is an established emergency donation site.

Two Blood Connection buses are stationed in the Brookwood Parking lot four Sundays a year.

Brookwood Family Food Drive

Held in the Spring. Donations are shared with Sans Souci Baptist Church and Harvest Hope Food Bank.