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Salvation Army Accepting Requests for Christmas Assistance

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GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -

Families in need can now apply for help.

The Salvation Army will start taking requests for Christmas Assistance on Monday in some locations. Requests for assistance have to be made now so local offices can make preparations in time for distribution in December. However, each local office takes those requests at different times and locations.

Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson County sign-up dates are listed below. If you live in another Upstate SC community or in Western NC, you're encourages to call your local office as soon as possible for applications dates, locations and requirements. To find your local office, click here.

Spartanburg County
1529 John B. White Senior Blvd., Spartanburg
Monday, September 30 - Thursday, October 3
8am - 3pm
Call 864-576-6670 for Details and Requirements

Union Social Services
Monday, September 30 - Thursday, October 3
10am - 3pm

Greenville County
TD Convention Center in Greenville
Saturday, October 12: 1pm - 5pm 
Monday, October 14 - Thursday, October 17: 9am - 11am & 1pm - 3pm
Wednesday, October 16: Hours Extended Until 6pm
Call 864-235-4803 for Details and Requirements

Anderson County
106 Tolley Street, Anderson
Monday, October 14 - Thursday, October 17
8am - 4pm
Please call 864-225-7381 for Details and Requirements

The Spartanburg Salvation Army asks that you bring the following items if you are registering:
-(If you receive SNAP and/or Medicaid), DSS statement dated within the last 30 days; must show benefits received and household members.

-Families not receiving DSS benefits must provide proof of household expenses. 

-Photo ID for all adult household members; Medicaid and/or birth certificates for children that are on the application (If last names are different from applicant's, both Medicaid or insurance card and birth certificates must be presented for children.) 

-Proof of income for all household members *this includes SSI received by children 

-Receipts and/or statements for all household bills which offset the household income (housing, utilities, phone, cable, car payment, etc).



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