Community Services

Upstate Forever is collecting survey data. The South Carolina Energy Justice Network is a dynamic coalition of over 30 organizations across the four regions of SC. Data collected in this survey will be used by nonprofit and grassroots organizations to inform policies and programs aimed to further community resiliency, safety, health, and energy affordability

Families can find information about 60 early childhood programs from 10 state agencies and other statewide entities, including child care, health, early intervention, nutrition, and parenting support services.

South Carolina’s Early Childhood Advisory Council is a collaborative body representing the state’s early childhood system. Established in law, the ECAC includes the directors of eight state agencies and government entities that provide state and federally funded services to young children, elected officials, state-level early childhood leaders, members of the business and medical communities, parents, and early childhood educators. South Carolina First Steps coordinates the activities of the council.

Under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, FEMA is providing financial assistance for COVID-19 related funeral expenses incurred after January 20, 2020.

Call 844-684-6333 between 9:00am and 9:00pm to complete the application

LiveWell Greenville has created a live spreadsheet that updates the status and hours of all local food banks. 

Jesus El Rey continues to serve the community through Loaves and Fishes, a food pantry available to the community of the upstate. All dates for food pick up are on our HA Community Calendar and are first-come-first serve (serving Fridays from 1PM-3:00PM)

2499 E North St Greenville, SC 29615

United Way of Greenville County is organizing a massive effort to gather donations, resources, and volunteers to help our community. See available resources and what you can do to help your neighbors at their COVID-19 Landing Page:

Mill Village Farms is providing a weekly box of fresh produce worth $25-$35 for only
$10 with Credit/Debit card OR $5 with SNAP/EBT to those experiencing hardship with drive through pick every other Wednesday. See their website for details and to register.