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Resources Available in the Upstate to Stay Warm This Winter

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Cold temperatures are catching some people in the Upstate unprepared this winter but there are resources available to help you keep warm.

Miracle Hill Ministries in Greenville will be open each evening when the temperature dips below 40 degrees.

Resident Supervisor Gary Dalton said the Ministry typically sees 50 to 70 people but numbers go up as the cold weather continues.

Doors open at 9 pm and men are welcomed to have a snack and a shower. Doors open again at 6 am.

Miracle Hill Ministries is located at 575 W. Washington Street Greenville, SC 29601 phone (864) 242-6933.

Women are welcomed at the agency’s sister shelter Shepherd’s Gate. That is located at 11 Regency Hill Drive,Greenville, SC 29607. phone (864) 268-5589

In Spartanburg there is a Miracle Hill Ministries location at 189 N. Forest Street Spartanburg, SC 29301

phone (864) 583-1628

The Salvation Army is in great need this season as temperatures continue to fall. They are giving out food, clothing including jackets and coats, blankets and heaters.

Now in Spartanburg there are as few as 5 heaters available for families in need.

Captain Donnie Marvels with the Spartanburg Salvation Army said he sees hundreds of people come in to receive assistance a week and now donations are much less.

You can donate in Spartanburg at 1529 John B White Sr Blvd Spartanburg, SC 29301 (864) 576-1808

In Greenville 417 Rutherford St Greenville, SC 29609 (864) 235-4803

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